Yuki Hata 畑 由 紀 is a Japanese artist who creates avant-garde calligraphy. This abstract style is significantly different from the kanji characters. However, from them the artists draw inspiration and technique. Writing in ink on special paper is an expression of their feelings and each picture carries with it a message. Specially for Koiki, Yuki Hata has agreed to do a series of calligraphy in a more traditional way. Each of the works, however, remains an individual, artistic transformation of characters.
Yuki Hata 畑 由 紀 was born on November 16, 1968. Between the ages of 8 and 12, she practiced calligraphy (shodo) in a local Buddhist temple. From the age of 21, he has been studying under the direction of Mr. Hiroshi Yamamoto who lives in Sabae City (Fukui prefecture) who creates the avant-garde.
Currently, he belongs to Mizaisya - a contemporary group of artists who organize a joint exhibition of works every year. The artist's works are often presented at exhibitions throughout Japan, eg Mainichi Shodo, Keisei or Uno Sesson.
My works differ from traditional calligraphy. They are completely different, and what connects the two trends are tools: ink and paper (washi). I'm very focused on writing letters that often form whole letters. However, this is not mapping characters but writing their memories which remains in the brush movement.