Masaki Kazushi was born in Osaka Japan and began painting at age 7 and continued through high school. He was an abstract expressionist early on, being chastised by his elementary school teachers for his dreamy non-realist work.
In college his artistic nature asserted itself and he became a baker instead of an artist. In the following years he collected art, wishing all the while he had painted what he collected.
His late career, Kazushi began working from memory and his imagination rather than from direct observation. He used looser brushwork and broader touches of paint, and he began to produce numerous abstract landscapes formations.
He and his family lived in Osaka for a time before eventually moving to French Riviera and Belgium Antwerp, where Kazushi continued to develop his craft.
Painting is stamped and will be packaged in a tube with seal and tracking.
- Masaki Kazushi
- Title of artwork
- Clarity 013
- Acrylic & Wax Crayon
- Artist's stamp
- Sold with frame
- Image size
- 100×100 cm