The song of a female deer


March 07 – April 19, 2008

Artist: Tamami Kubota

ISE Cultural Foundation will have an exhibition of Tamami Kubota.

Kubota is a painter living in Japan. Kubota captures scenes from daily lives and expresses it with dramatic brush strokes and vivid colors on canvas. In the series of the painting, ¡ÈThe song of a female deer¡É, Kubota draw horns on the female deer. The horns symbolize protection, aggressiveness, weakness, and desires to be strong.
Tamami Kubota:
Born in 1978, Received MFA from Aichi Prefectural University of Arts in 2004.

Photo: “LIFE”, 2008, acrylic on canvas, 36″x36″

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