Tetsuhiro Wakabayashi is a Japanese illustrator and artist. I discovered him or her through Cathy Cullis’s blog — and then Flickr — and then on Etsy. Each time I saw one of his/her paintings or prints I gave a little sigh and a smile. Then I looked at the name and I said… “Oh yes! I recognise this artist.”
Last week I had a little extra money and so I placed an order for some prints for my studio and one day I will buy a painting.
Here is some of Tetsuhiro Wakabayashi’s work. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
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Love these! x
I love the old sewing machine! 🙂
I’m going to share these with Miss Maggie. I predict she will like them. A lot.
They speak to me – especially the quartet at the top.
They are saying “Buy us — buy us.”
A few years ago my favorite artist was a guy from North Carolina named Micah Mullen. Tim heard me say that so much that he took me to a show in the guy’s house! We ended up with a stunning mixed media painting of a western NC waterfall which hangs over our fireplace. Our only original painting but it’s a beaut.
We also bought a painting from Sheila Dehner, a NYC artist. We have never been sorry and I’d love to have more original art work.
Like dinahmow I love the sewing machine, and then there’s the kitty tucked in the cat’s tail ;0 Thanks.
I love that kitty, too. You should go check out his (I think it’s a he) Flickr stream. He wrote me a little note on my Etsy purchase and he said, “I want to light the world with my art…” So sweet.