Tadashi Asoma Bio
Tadashi Asoma was born in Japan in 1923 and received his education at
Saitama Teachers College, Urawa, the Bijitsu Gakko, Tokyo; Grand
Chaurniere, Paris and the Art Students League, NY in 1956. He first
exhibited in the United States in 1961 at the Japan Society in New York
and San Francisco, and was so intrigued with contemporary American art
that he decided to settle in the United States. Thereafter the fusion of
tricultural influences became apparent in his work, however, strong
recollections of his Japanese heritage remain in his images.
With an insatiable curiosity for color, Asoma's current work, reveals a
remarkably adept portrayal of the changes of the seasons. His sudden
bursts of pure, brilliant color printed with splendid differences of touch
and tone, exemplify well his natural originality. His radiantly conceived
landscape images, with their lightly feathered textures, translate
admirably to the glory and jubilant majesty of nature.
Asoma has participated in one man and group exhibitions around the world,
including New York, San Francisco, Tokyo, Switzerland and Germany. His
work is included in many public and corporate collections, among them:
Andrew Dickson White Museum
San Diego Museum of Art
The Foundry School Museum
Tokyo Central Museum, Tokyo
American Express Atlantic Richfield
Ginza Matsuya, Tokyo
Port Washington Public Library
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