Yuma
Painter of Spirit
Yuma was born in the high mountains of northern Japan, Hokkaido.
She is a self-taught artist who is a visionary and imbues her pursuits
in the world with her innate sense of spirituality.
Yuma surrenders herself to the spontaneous creation of imagery that
explores the mystery of life and the force of love that interconnects
the human family.
Yuma's figures and eternal gestures evolve with an uncanny sense of
Timelessness enhanced by the large scale of her work.

Solo Exhibition

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Upcoming

2012 Sep. Shun Art Gallery in Shaghai.

2012 Sep. Shuyu Gallery in Tokyo.

Group Exhibition
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August 2011  The International Center in New York City

2010 Gallery Inter zone at Las Vegas
2010 Sakkasan Gallery in Osaka Japan
2007 Hs trash Gallery in Japan( Multi Media Show)
2007 Open Studio Exhibition
2007 Open Studio Exhibition
2004 Woodstock Museum in New York (Multi-Media Show)
2003 Ithea Gallery in New York
2002 Tenri Cultural Institute in New York (Multi-Media Show)
1998 Janaki Art Gallery in New York
1979 La Mama Theater in New York (Multi-Media Show)


Group Exhibition

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Upcoming

2010 Gallery one Twenty Eight in New York
2009 Seed Gallery, in N.J.
2007 Sideshow Gallery in New York
2004 Burgen Museum in New Jersey
2003 Williamsburg Art and Historical Center in New York
2002 Gallery Juno in New York
2001 Gallery Juno in New York


Mural Work

2002 Lynden B, Public School 223Q in New York

1998 416 BC Restaurant in New York

1966 Graduated from Musashino Art College in Japan

Atsuko Yuma Artist Statement: I am a self-taught natural artist.
I have been always interested in wonder, mystery, power of life and myth, especially history of ancient civilizations.

Our civilization is at a turning point now, this is why I think that we must learn from ancient higher knowledge the profound wisdom to survive and move forward and develop our deep consciousness as one with nature.

Creation is beautiful. I feel fortunate that I can express who I am.
I demonstrate spirituality using vivid exuberant colors flowing lines and serene images. My eternal art gestures are timeless and universal.

Public Collections:
Ithea Gallery
Nor. Fork Gallery NYC
Goithen Foundation
Hospital Audiences Inc. in N.Y.C.
Lyndon B. Johnson Public School- P.S. 223Q

Private Collections:
Peter Herbert
Shelli Lipton and Nathen Koening from Woodstock Museum
Scott Stephens from Council for Native American Indian Progress, Inc.
Joe Gallant
Nina Simich
Caterina Miodini
Kazue and Takako Motoki
Tamae and Kumio Ogasawara
Ikuko Yajima
Jyunko Aoki
Hisako Kangyo
Ryusei , Ryo and Mao Shibata
Michiko Onitake
Minako Mori
Masako London



   
   
   
 
 
   
 
 
   
 
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
"9 / 11"
2001 - 2002
94" x 40"
Oil on Wood Panel
Mixed Media
2nd side of Twin Soul
"Butterfly"
1998
20" x 30"
Acrylic on Paper Panel
Mixed Media


"Inner Heart"
2003
Consists of 3 paintings
95" x 58"
Oil on Wood Panel
Mixed Media
"Intuition"
1990
49" x 49"
Acrylic on Canvas


"Metemphycosis"
1995
Consists of 12 Paintings
24" x 36"
Acrylic on Canvas
"Metemphycosis"
1996
Consists of 12 Paintings
24" x 36"
Acrylic on Canvas


"Metemphycosis"
1996
Consists of 12 Paintings
24" x 36"
Acrylic on Canvas
"Metemphycosis"
1997
Consists of 12 Paintings
24" x 36"
Acrylic on Canvas

"My American Indian Pastlife"
1998
Consists of 6 Paintings
24" x 18"
Acrylic on Canvas
"My American Indian Pastlife"
1998
Consists of 6 Paintings
24" x 18"
Acrylic on Canvas


"Mother and Child"
1999
24" x 30"
Acrylic on Canvas
"Twin Soul"
1990 - 2002
Consists of 2 Paintings
94" x 40"
Acrylic on Wood Panel
Mixed Media


"Luggage to Heaven"
2003
40" x 18" x 10"
Acrylic on Leather
"The Door"
2002 - 2003
94' x 48"
Oil on Wood Panel
Mixed Media
"Not for sale"

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"My Egyptian Queen"
2004 - 2005

Height 75"
Width 18.5"
Depth 1.25"

Oil on wood panel and mixed media
stand made by "BA-GUA"
form with crystal stone

"Fame"2004 - 2005

Oil on wood
panel and mixed media

stand made by "BA-GUA"
form with crystal stone.

80"x 30" x 1.41"



 

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   



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