SHINOMIYA Toshiyuki (1950-)Western-style painter and art instructor. Born in Aichi Prefecture. Currently resides in Nagoya City. Graduated from the Kanazawa College of Art. Continues to exhibit at the Shinseisaku Exhibitions and received new artist awards 3 years in a row. Became a member of Shinseisaku Art Society in 2003. He makes surreal expressions with motifs such as broken androids, and the paintings give off a somewhat sweet atmosphere. He has been invited to exhibit at the 34th Modern Art Selection Exhibition held by the Agency for Cultural Affairs, the Asian Art Now 2000 exhibition (Las Vegas Art Museum), a South Korea-Japan artist exchange exhibition (Seoul), and other exhibitions, and a museum purchased his work at Nishiwaki Museum of Art Award Exhibition. He drew attention for planning and producing an art event in 1998 and 2000 called “Schools are museums” that used public junior high school buildings. His unique activities to promote art have been favorably evaluated and in 2000 he received a Chunichi education award from Chunichi Shimbun Co., Ltd. He has visited art museums and education facilities in other countries as an Agency for Cultural Affairs overseas researcher, and he has written many books related to art management and art education. His books include “Gakko ga Bijutsukan” (Bijutsu Shuppan-sha).

"Tabi no Owari ni." Exhibited at the 69th Shinseisakuten (Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum) in 2005.


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