Post pobrano z: Creative Craft: Kenichi Hoshine
Painter and illustrator Kenichi Hoshine finds inspiration in his Brooklyn, NY home.
By Matthew Newton | Senior Editor
Painter and illustrator Kenichi Hoshine has produced outstanding commercial work and fine art for the better part of a decade. Balancing client commissions from Barnes and Noble, Chase Bank, Ford Motors, and Prevention Magazine, Hoshine offsets his commercial work with the steady creation of elegant exhibition pieces that appear in galleries both stateside and abroad. Working out of his home in Brooklyn, NY, Hoshine says that his ideal work environment must have an abundance of natural light and be relatively quiet. „[Environment] is not terribly important to me,” he adds. „I don’t need a lot of space when I
do my work. I’m content as long as I have a small clearing and a cup of
coffee.” Most recently Hoshine has been hard at work on a series of oil paintings on wood panels. And later this month he’ll be exhibiting at A Pop-Up Project in Washington D.C. In the latest installment of Creative Craft, Mr. Hoshine gives Computerlove a look at his Brooklyn work space.
T-squares on a coat hanger.Panels ready to be primed.Brushes and other tools of the trade.Interior shot.A new piece I recently finished.
A crusty butcher’s tray.