Hiroshi Sato’s ‘Underneath’

Hiroshi Sato’s vibrant portraits reflect his interest in geometric design, with graphic shapes reminiscent of a stainedglass window. He says he draws inspiration from the “accumulation of both learning and experiencing.”

“The main area I am focusing on at the moment is the clear/unclear relationship between the individual perceived reality [microcosm] versus the world [macrocosm],” Sato says.

The contemporary realist oil painter has traveled a broad portion of the world, from his childhood home of Tanzania to the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, where he received his bachelor’s degree in fine arts. He has exhibited his works throughout California.

See more of Sato’s work in ABN’s Fall 2013 “30 under 30″ feature.

One Response to Hiroshi Sato’s ‘Underneath’

  1. Jacob Becker October 7, 2013 at 10:30 pm

    Wow, this stuff is very deep! Crazy

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