Colorful Unease

about Harumi Hironaka

Harumi Hironaka appreciates silence and is addicted to her solitude. It’s from there that she briefly escapes to the freedom of the girls on her paintings and illustrations, it moves her like them and she dives into their dense atmospheres, their underwater universes and dark caves:

“Crisis and emotions excite me. awaken me and get me started immediately and recklessly. Nothing energizes me more than being at the edge of the cliff, looking into the abyss, feeling the uneasiness and the vertigo. These urgent situations make me translate my anger, my pain, my fantasies… into color.

Peruvian-Japanese descent, Harumi lived her teenage years in Japan, where she was influenced by Anime and Manga. She learned how to paint using oils by watching tutorials on Youtube and reading tips on the Internet, and that same year she had her first collective exhibition at Ryoichi Jinnai Art Gallery.

She never thought that her work would be seen by so many people, but since this enabled her to take some time away from her boring job as translator and interpreter, now she’s very happy to be more focused on her girls.


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