Teiji Hayama's paintings join together western and Japanese influences, combining different art historical periods varying from Christian art, Greek mythology to contemporary Japanese pop culture and Ukiyo-E. Many of the figures are rife with symbolism, a tradition in Christian art. Hayama's pale, ethereal figures with frail bodies and pale tinited eyes often inspired…
"These two paintings are gently and beautifully sacrilegious.... ...i like it! ,not that i hate religion. Its the modern like twist using the old christian art style of paintings thats really cool. It"
"I'm always glad to see artists include spirituality in their work. Some may see this work as narcissistic, but I think it's a bold expression of herself. She is seeking, perhaps in all the wrong plac"
"Skinny blond? As a skinny blond I take offense to that. Two entirely different emotions being conveyed in these two paintings. When did all the hating on blonds and skinny people start? Some people ha"
"Remember, back in the late sixties, the posters of the starving puppy dogs with huge tear filled eyes, shivering by the fencepost with the ominous storm clouds in the background? The artist made his "