Audrey Kawasaki is a Japanese-American painter known for her distinctive portrayals of sensual female characters, rendered in oils on wood. Kawasaki's paintings are both seductive and melancholic, imbued with an aura of accessibility that draws observers into them, her beautifully young ladies are loved and cherished the world over.
By combining graphic and figurative imagery with natural woodgrain, the artist is able to bring an unexpected warmth to her ethereal subject matter. Her style has been described as a fusion of Art Nouveau and Japanese manga, with primary influences like Gustav Klimt and Alphonse Mucha. Her work has been featured in magazines including Hi-Fructose and Juxtapoz, and she shows her art around the world. Audrey Kawasaki lives in Los Angeles with her two cats, Monchi and Elvis.
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