Saki ‘Ozabu’ Masumoto

Saki ‘Ozabu’ Masumoto is a Japanese artist who creates astonishingly detailed images with a dark undertone. Created with most basic techniques and tools to create her art, she uses pencil and graphite on paper to create her works. Ozabu’s works are featured in the URBAN NATION 2018 exhibition, ‘UN-DERSTAND The Power of Art as a Social Architect’. […]

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Saki ‘Ozabu’ Masumoto is a Japanese artist who creates astonishingly detailed images with a dark undertone. Created with most basic techniques and tools to create her art, she uses pencil and graphite on paper to create her works. Ozabu’s works are featured in the URBAN NATION 2018 exhibition, ‘UN-DERSTAND The Power of Art as a Social Architect’.

Ozabu’s emotionally figurative art, which combines animal symbolism and refers to the natural world, capturing a style of intangible reality that captivates the viewer in haunted preoccupation. Inspired by the culture and the aesthetics of mythological Japan, Ozabu’s works have the perceived ability to speak for its own behalf. Refraining from commenting upon her work, she encourages the user to conjure their own opinions on what they see within the art. Dark and gloomy, the works of Ozabu retains its open-endedness to allow the viewers imagination to venture out of the ordinary.

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