Audrey Kawasaki paints part-manga, part-Art Nouveau scenes of women in supernatural settings. Kawasaki places her subjects in a "sensually esoteric realm," where sea creatures, skeletons, and beasts from Japanese mythology roam. It's some sexy-odd phantasmagoria. [Audrey Kawasaki via The Scuttlefish]

The ethereal wood paintings of Audrey KawasakiS


"Hyakki Yakou" 百鬼夜行 night parade (inspired by Hyakki Yako scroll)
oil and graphite on wood 25.5"x15.5"
"Hajimari"@Jonathan Levine Gallery in NY
2009

The ethereal wood paintings of Audrey KawasakiS


"Yuugure no houkago" 夕暮れの放課後 afterschool
oil and graphite on wood 30"x26.5"
"Hajimari"@Jonathan Levine Gallery in NY
2009

The ethereal wood paintings of Audrey KawasakiS


I Want to Play
oil and graphite on wood 17"x21"
for Baby Tatooville event/art show.
2009

The ethereal wood paintings of Audrey KawasakiS


While You're Sleeping
oil and graphite 16"x16"
"Monster?" group show at Copro Gallery
2009

The ethereal wood paintings of Audrey KawasakiS


Hitorigoto
Oil and graphite on wood 11x14
'Ephemera' @ Nucleus Gallery
2007

The ethereal wood paintings of Audrey KawasakiS


Umi no Yami no Jyoou
Oil and graphite on wood 24x17
'Innocents' @ Lineage Gallery
2007

The ethereal wood paintings of Audrey KawasakiS


OctoGirls
Oil on wood 24x15
Venus - Roq La Rue
2006

The ethereal wood paintings of Audrey KawasakiS


My Dishonest Heart
mixed media on wood 10"x12"
'The Drawing Show' @ Thinkspace
2008