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Ryosuke Nishioka

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DOB:24th July 1954
Place of Birth:Ondo-machi Oki-gun
Painting Style:Mouth Painter
Member of MFPA since:    1994

Ryosuke Nishioka broke his neck when doing floor exercises during a gym lesson at the age of 17. He has since been unable to move his legs and has only minimal use of his arms. Subsequently he spent two years at a rehabilitation centre for the severely disabled, where he also started to paint with his mouth. In 1981, he received a scholarship from the Association. Since 1991 he has been associate member of the AMFPA. The drawings for children created as illustrations for childrens books are an original series of works by Ryosuke Nishioka. These drawings express a perfection and imagination which constitute a valuable addition to the world of contemporary illustrations for childrens books. A very independent sense of humour and trenchant wit characterise the crayon drawings. One is amazed by the free and easy lines and the serenity of the images, which would not make you expect a person so grievously afflicted behind these drawings for childrens books. Ryosuke Nishioka has had the opportunity to show his works to the public at personal and group exhibitions. Apart from painting, the artist plays the harp and Japanese chess.

Paintings of Ryosuke Nishioka
Crowning Glory
by Ryosuke Nishioka
Happy Feet
by Ryosuke Nishioka
by Ryosuke Nishioka
Tug of War-Jungle Book
by Ryosuke Nishioka
Owls Eyeview
by Ryosuke Nishioka
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