Tami FUJIE

(1950-)

Born in Toyama Prefecture. While attending Meiji University Department of Literature, she studied lithograph under the printer Onaya Kanzaemon. She received the newcomer's award at the 43rd Japan Print Association Exhibition, and in the same year held her first solo exhibition at Shirakaba Gallery. From 1978 she worked with her hometown, Toyama, as her base. Although she began with a realistic style, from the latter half of the 1970s, she began to use a process where she transferred drawings on film to become a zinc lithograph, creating abstract works with a powerful sense of speed.

Along with lithographs, she also creates monotypes from ink and paint transferred from film to paper. She has held solo exhibitions at Matsumura Gallery and Gallery Te. She has had her works in exhibitions such as the 12th Japan International Art Exhibition in 1978, "81 Art of Toyama" in 1981, and "Toyama Edition - Ecchu Hanga" in 2000.

 


"futokikoetayouna
"

1984 
Lithograph
Image size: 80.0×60.0cm
Sheet size: 91.0×63.0cm
Ed.30  
Signed



"Za-gyo ・i
"

1982 
Lithograph
Image size: 80.0×57.0cm
Sheet size: 91.0×63.0cm
Ed.30  
Signed



"Sazanami I
"
1984 
Lithograph
Image size: 85.0×62.0cm
Sheet size: 91.0×63.0cm
Ed.30  
Signed

 

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