Fu Takenaka Creative Icon And Woodblock Print Artist
Fu Takenaka was born in 1945. She started her artistic career as an artist for a design company and received second prize in the Fibre Design Council award in 1964.
In 2003 she began creating Woodblock Prints. Her work is admired and sought after because of the creative representation of each of her subjects. Some of her works include the famous Golden Pavilion in Kyoto along with her stunning Owl series. Her creative work of the famous Fushimi Inari Shrine in the foothills of Kyoto weaves a story about the cats that roam the famous grounds into her art. Fu Takenaka is also a member of the Japanese artist association Nihon Hanga-in.
Kasasagi Fine Arts has a selection of limited edition and numbered, hand signed woodblock prints by Ms Takenaka.