"More and more, I am creating works that combine photographs of rain and flowers with cities and buildings. Natural landscapes and colors continue to have a positive influence on my work. I like the four seasons of Japan, flowers, trees, leaves, light, rain, raindrops, etc.”
Hiromi Kawana, Japanese photographer, has been working as a freelance illustrator and designer. Besides the daily work, she was searching for a way to express her style creatively. In the fall of 2015, Hiromi realized that multiple exposure of digital photography was exactly what she had been looking for, marking her start as a visual artist.
In 2018, her work was published in Dutch and British art magazines. From 2020 onwards, Hiromi's work has been featured in art magazines and online galleries in France, Germany, and Canada. Presently, she is exhibiting her work in various exhibitions, including Paris and New York, with the desire to reach a wide audience and share her creations with many people.
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