Plastic Artist


Yara Fukimoto saw the plastic arts as a way to exercise the expression of her eyes, thoughts and gestures, having chosen acrylic painting and ceramics as her main forms of expression.

Her work is marked by an attempt to understand who she is through an immersion in her half Japanese, half northeastern roots, and the deep contemplation of the world and nature. Her inspiration comes mainly from those mysteries that are not explained: her pieces sometimes materialize the force of a volcano, sometimes represent a certain oneiric subtlety, in the creation of beings whose existence we question.

The purpose of her artistic work is to open fields that cannot always be filled with senses or meanings, but that touch, in a direct way, the unspeakable that inhabits us.