Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture
One of Takiuchi Fujii’s untitled works from a new show at the MAC.
Painted with brushstroke layers of red, orange, yellow and green, and defined with black outlining, Takuichi Fujii’s vibrant watercolor illustrates a confined bus setting. The painting is simple in design, yet profound in emotion, as passengers express a collective sense of exhaustion, fear and uncertainty. The heavy artistry of Fujii’s painting marks a pivotal life event: the beginning of three years of incarceration.
The Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture is now showcasing Witness to Wartime: The Painted
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