Narika Sato is a Tokyo-based artist.
She was born and raised on a beautiful island in western Japan. She has loved drawing since she was a child, and while studying Japanese literature at university, she began studying painting in favor of a professional artist.
Since childhood, she has been asking herself the fundamental question, “What is human happiness? “She experienced a period of rapid economic growth and its decline of Japan. and continued to explore various other things, which she expresses through her paintings.
Currently, She is studying psychology at university and continuing her journey.
1995 Nagasaki Prefectural Exhibition, prize-winning | 1996 Nagasaki Prefectural Exhibition, prize-winning | 1996 Exhibition of Independents, Prize-winning
It is an invitation from an invisible world, would be richer and wider than the galaxy It is a modest compass for a ship drifting on a vast ocean. Jung proposed a universal unconscious that exists in the depths of human consciousness. If an abstract painter paints the invisible world, my work is to reach deeper and to embody it.