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Kagami + complimentary 29,7 x 21 cm (11,5″ x 8,2″) “Kikubari” bonus print.$69
The Secret Garden$69
Maiko in Gion, Kyoto$50
wide open, Gion, Kyoto$50
Golden Koi, Kyoto$50
Shishi, Nishi Hongan-ji Temple, Kyoto$50
Sakura, Sanjusangendo Temple, Kyoto$50
Nun Kiyomizudera Temple, Kyoto$50
Maiko Leaving, Gion, Kyoto$50
Garden, Kennin-ji, Kyoto$50
Two Maiko, Gion, Kyoto$50
Eiheji Zen Temple$50
Crow in Yanaka Cemetary, Tokyo.$50
Maiko at dusk, Gion, Kyoto$50
Toji temple Pagoda II, Kyoto$50
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VERY LARGE PRINTS BY SENJU
Print size varies between 80 – 110 cm in height depending on the original painting (aprox. 31″ – 43″). For landscape orientation prints the measure applies to the width of the print.
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Kodama is the Japanese name for a certain kind of tree spirit. This guardian of the forest has a long and deep history with the Japanese people, even if young people today have only encountered them through the visionary film “Princess Mononoke” by genius director and animator Hayao Miyazaki.
Senju’s “Kodama” is very distantly related to Miyazaki’s cute little spirits. There are very few visual representations of these forest spirits, and one has to instead look to words and writings. Stories of Kodama vary according to regions in Japan. Different historical eras of Japan also see them change character and appearance.
One old story tells of a Kodama assuming the shape of a human because of love, and this is the idea he decided to pursue in this painting. He felt an urge to capture her just as she was transforming.
The Kodama print comes in small to very large size.
Ghost painting by Senju
Sumi and Japanese Gansai pigment colors on paper.
The bloody handprint on her kimono sleeve reminds us of the painful and violent struggle that preceeded her death at the hands of a violent man.
Now a bloody red handprint can be found on the men facing her revenge.
Ghost painting by Anna Sandberg
Sumi ink and Japanese Gansai pigment colors on paper.
When love transcends the barrier between life and death.
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JAPAN IN PHOTOGRAPHY BY SENJU
Japan in Photography by Senju
Over his many visits to Japan Senju has always brought along his camera, using it a way to explore Japan’s history, culture and people. Through the viewfinder details otherwise missed or overlooked becomes clear and a more intricate pattern can be woven into the fabric that is Japan’s heart and soul.
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