Tomoaki Murayama

Born in 1989 in Kyoto. Lives in Kanagawa Prefecture.
Interested in nature while growing up in a mountain village from a young age, and worked as a farmer after graduating from an
agricultural school. After graduating from Sozosha Design College, I began my career as a painter.
Under the theme of “harmony and fellowship,” depicts groups of plants and animals in detailed black-and-white pen drawings.
I also created the “3-Draw series,” three-dimensional sculptures in the style of pen drawings, and am developing installations
that combine three-dimensional and flat surfaces. My main activities include solo exhibitions, participation in art festivals, and space decorations such as wall paintings and displays commissioned by companies.

Artist: Tomoaki Murayama @tomoaki_art

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Tomoaki Murayama
No Border 2000×2000mm
3-Draw series『躍動を纏う』

“3-Draw series” (on left “Rabbit No.01”) is a three-dimensional work in which line drawings seem to pop out into space. Using stone clay, acrylic resin, aluminum, and other materials as the canvas, the artist expresses texture and unevenness with lines drawn in the same way as drawings. The work straddles the boundary between two and three dimensions.


脈動スル樹 Pen drawing 1620×1303mm