Keiichiro is an artist who arranges flowers and produces photographs with a minimalist approach. He regularly exhibits his work on the theme of 'the relationship between natural and artificial objects' in galleries. In his "Everyday Flower" series, Keiichiro delicately depicts the flowers of Japan.
Everyday Flower (Ushirowomiruhana)
'EVERYDAY FLOWER (Ushirowomiruhana)' is one of the figures of flowers that is commentary in the Muromachi period (1336-1573). 'Ushirowomiru(ウシロヲミル花)' means to see in backlighting, and to arrange flowers with the feeling of seeing in backlighting. The scenery seen in backlighting is like a shadowgraph, where perspective is lost, and the flowers are seen through it blend into the light, creating a single figure (heart).
I send you the 'One heart, one mind' that is necessary in these days and times, in the hope that you will feel happier and brighter, even if only a little.