"HERALBONY GALLERY" (Morioka City, Iwate Prefecture), an art gallery that showcases the talents of artists with disabilities, will hold the 5th original painting exhibition "Takuma Hayakawa Exhibition" from November 13th.
In this exhibition, we will exhibit the actual original paintings drawn by Takuma Hayakawa , an artist who is enrolled in "The Garden of Hope" (Mie Prefecture).
"Takuma Hayakawa Exhibition"
Author : Takuma Hayakawa
Date: Saturday, November 13, 2021 to Sunday, December 26, 2021
Regular holiday: Wed.Thu.
Venue: 2-38 Kaiunbashi-dori, Morioka City, Iwate Prefecture @ HOMEDLUX Building 4F
Entrance Fee: Free
Organizer: Heralbony Co., Ltd.
Cooperation: "Garden of Hope" (Mie Prefecture)
Author: Takuma Hayakawa
Enrollment: Garden of Hope (Mie Prefecture)
Born February 2, 1989 in Komae City, Tokyo, currently lives in Watarai District, Mie Prefecture Intellectually disabled
In 1999, he started working at the atelier “HUMAN･ELEMENT”. Since childhood, he has participated in many exhibitions and competitions in Japan and abroad. In 2006, he won the Encouragement Award at the Matsusaka Art Exhibition, and in 2009, he received the “for your Dream Award” at the Mie Prefecture Exhibition. Received the Audience Award at the 2011 Pocorart National Public Exhibition, held the first solo exhibition in 2013, participated in and appeared in the production of the original giant eco-cap art for Chukyo TV's 24-Hour Television, and won the 2016 Mie Prefectural Exhibition's Excellence Award. 2019 Participated in the Starbucks x Get in touch x Disabled Artist "MAZEKOZE ART" project 2020 Won the Toyohashi Brute Art Contest "Gold Prize" (Neiho Gallery Toyohashi City, Aichi) People vol.3”, BS8K “NoArt,NoLife Takuma Hayakawa” broadcast, 3rd Nippon Foundation DIVERSITY IN THE ARTS Public Exhibition “Awarded”, Artpara Fukagawa Grand Prize “Tourism Agency Commissioner Award”, Aichi , Gifu, and Mie, and participated in group exhibitions in Tokyo, Aichi, Mie, Germany, Spain, China, and Vietnam. When she creates a color she has never seen before on the palette, she expresses her enjoyment by exclaiming, "Hey, I've never seen that before!"