Cecilia K Art Philosophy


By Roland Article about Cecilia K ………

____ I ’ve been following the Japanese artist Cecilia Kaoru for nearly a year on LinkedIn and in those years, we have struck up a mutual friendship. Cecilia artwork is more than art in it’s self, it’s somewhat of a philosophy of nature the indifferent subsistence and isolation in regards to each other. The tones and complexities of colours used, is a wash of orient with swills and dabs, it’s musical.

S. Cecilia Kaoru Japanese artist writes in her own words about her art work.


Article by Cecilia Kaoru ___


“Arts is the way of Getting Realization who you are, it’s just like some Philosophy what you will able to get and it’s a Freedom more than now. We as humans use our Five senses which refers to the five traditionally recognized methods of perception, or sense: taste, sight, touch, smell, and hearing. You can not feel your Emotion and Intellect without Imagination that coming from Experience or Memories.”


“Imagination comes from experience of the 5 senses, For Humans, Without Imagination We would not create anything.”

“Before I start, I’m always having Some imagination in my mind , I’m tasting the Touching of my working plans to see if they are tasty or not. It is very similar to making a cooking recipe. Recently, I have imagined what My created images aren’t real Beauty? I mean that My Thinking created Beauty is might its not Real beauty , that’s why.”


“Yes, sometimes, I don’t Believe so much about the answering from Brain, but I could believe Emotion more than Thought, I do more Believing the Intuition from consciousness.”

“January 2017, I went to Sea side, for a holiday and inspiration. In this time I had feeling very clearly that Human thinking could never be Beyond the beauty of nature, But Suddenly I received a new answer. It is correct that, Humans are also part of nature. If I could do art work with Art of Nature, my works will be so Fantastically very natural. It would be beyond The Beauty by any Thinking Plans.”

Artwork of Cecilia Kaoru


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