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Full Moon Party in Yoron Island “SAORI’An” | Video

2014.05.27 Tue

I first found out about Yoron Island when SAORI'An, Japanese paint artist was going to perform at a festival in Yoron Island.  This small island is located just north of Okinawa's main island and it is still has this raw atmosphere surrounding that place. So SAORI'An is back with the beautiful festival once again which will be held at the exact same spot by the beach on full moon, July 12th. The festival "Tsukiyoi Matsuri 2014" is full of love ...

Just Another Beginning Of A Story “LIFE ALIVE”

2013.12.13 Fri

Japanese artist, Saori Kanda has announced a solo exhibition "LIFE ALIVE" from Dec. 27 through Jan. 9th. in Seibu Department Store in Shibuya (art gallery on the 8th floor). Her unique painting style is hard to describe as she paints on walls, floors, ceilings, anywhere that makes her feel her ideas can be expressed. 2013 was definitely a huge year for her. She won the Bronze Award for IAAA (International Automotive Advertising Awards), performances at FUJI ROCK FESTIVAL 2013, Tsukiyosimatsuri at ...

Saori Kanda | Interview

2012.07.07 Sat

Previously, we introduced Saori Kanda's (Live Painting Artist) performance video.  This time we would like to focus more on her and find out what she has to say about her painting, etc.  Let's get right to it. Read previous article from here. Q1. What made you start painting? I have been in love with painting ever since I started living in Baghdad, Iraq during the war when I was 2 years old.  There was no way I could play with Japanese precious toys at ...

The World of Saori Kanda |Video

2012.06.29 Fri

"Roppongi Art Night 2012" was an art festival held at Roppongi Midtown on March 24th which gathered many art lovers on Saturday night. Many people were looking forward to this event since it was cancelled last year due to the earthquake that hit northern Japan. The opening act performer Saori Kanda (SAORI'An/Live Painting Performer) appeared on stage where the performance was held in the atrium of Midtown Roppongi. The big white canvas stood steadily while she started painting slowly moving with ...