New 3D Paintings by Shintaro Ohata

Japanese artist Shintaro Ohata (previously here) is back with two new sculptures placed in front of his paintings with a childhood theme.

"A balloon itself is nothing. However, it can be something important. We all experience that same sad feeling when a balloon suddenly sails into the sky, getting smaller and smaller as it drifts away. Although the balloon is not in our hands anymore, the feeling of it is stored in our memory."

"We can see the sky when we can successfully do this so we challenge ourselves again and again until it's dark."

"This girl has just successfully completed her reverse ride and is now looking over the sky with joy. I thought the landscape seen at that time could be something like a 'time traveling tunnel' that reminds people of childhood."

"These fragments of our memory are what I'm trying to express through my works."

You can see his artworks and other 22 artworks from 4 different artists (Enpei Ito, Yoddogawa Technique, Akira Yoshida and Osamu Watanabe) at Mizuma Gallery, Singapore, in the exhibition called 'Sweet Paradox', from now till August 10.

Check more of his artworks at:


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