Born 1980 (Saitama, Japan), lives and works in Asaka, Saitama, Japan.
Masashige Furuya first expressed interest in making art with clay when he was a child. He then went on to have a career as a painter, studying oil painting in art school. Today, He creates art by mixing oil and acrylic paints. He aims to express the imagination: what we can see as well as what is invisible to the eye.
Group Exhibition of Recent Work, Onishi Project, NY
“Pop Japan 2016”, Brisbane, Australia
Gallery Shin, Brisbane, Australia
“LIFE-From Japan: Contemporary Japanese Art and Craft”, NOHO M55 Gallery, New York
“JCAT Exhibition”, JCAT Gallery, New York
“Pop Japan 2016”, Tap Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Solo Exhibition “A Night-blooming Flower”, Gallery KITAI , Tokyo
“PAINT50 Vol.3”, Gallery PI, Nagoya
“Evolution of Art: International Fine Arts Exhibition”, West Park Art Gallery, New York
Solo Exhibition of “Time of extreme happiness”, Ouchi Gallery in New York
Regular drinking spot, 2016, acrylic on canvas, 25.7 x 35.9 in. (65.2×91.2 cm)
Bar-Hopping, 2016, acrylic on canvas, 25.7 x 25.7 in. (65.2×65.2 cm)
Pre-holiday, 2016, acrylic on canvas, 25.7 x 25.7 in. (65.2×65.2 cm)