Grey Coyote – 郊狼 灰 (グレ コヨテ) – (b. 1970) – Gion Nandina 1 – 祇園の南天 1 – Limited Edition of 50

$50.00 CAD

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Grey is also fond of photography. In Japan, nandina has the meaning of relieving disasters [1] and is one of the most popular New Year flowers. Before going to war in Japan, samurai warriors would keep nandina leaves with their armor, break off nandina branches and plant them on the ground to pray for a smooth expedition.

…and he loves to wander ancient Gion, Kyoto taking pictures… …Nandina is called “heavenly bamboo” in Japanese… …`nuff said…

This will be a limited edition of 50, signed, titled, numbered and sealed by Grey on the verso.

Grey Coyote is the owner of Paradise Bound. He spends time in Japan every year (excluding pandemic years) visiting family, studying Buddhism and painting, practicing haiku and buying art. He is a great admirer or Miró, Tarō and Picasso (too name a few) and is influenced by Gibon, Nantenbo, Taiga, and many others. One of his painting styles is traditional Japanese subject matter with a modernist twist.

8″ x 10″ (standard size for very affordable frames) – PURCHASE COMES UNFRAMED. – Free shipping world-wide.

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