Sumire Sugisaki - JCAT



  • Sumire Sugisaki grew up in Saitama, Japan, just east of Tokyo. Her work is multi-faceted; she is a painter, healer, and also a designer of an original style of jewelry called “Marakah.” Through her work, Sugisaki maintains some influence from her formative years as a child immersed in a world of daydreams and also as a teenager troubled by a discomfort she felt in expressing herself. During these years, in search of a truer sense of self, she turned towards the spiritual world. While also cultivating her passion for painting, music and other forms of art, she explored meditation. This allowed her to make contact with a truer sense of her being and also something greater. When she meditated, she could feel herself opening up to the presence of light and the guiding of spirits. She made it her mission then to better understand these spirits and communicate that with the world. In July of 2010 she completed a spiritual healing course in Nakameguro, Tokyo at, where she also held her first solo exhibition. United by a spiritual theme, her representative work depicts the Guan Yin Goddess of Mercy. Through her art she conveys the message that spirits exist to watch over us. “When I begin painting, I don’t know what will unfold on the canvas,” she says. For her, making art isn that manner is similar to a healing session. On a large wooden board, she use acrylic paint to depict what she has seen in meditation, the messages she has received. Depending on the piece, this process can take a few months or just thirty minutes to complete. Still, every single piece contains the healing power over that place, people and problems. As a healer, Sugisaki channels the guardian angels, existing to protect her clients as both a master and spiritual guide. She is an artist in the process of creating a single portrait of the world. Sugisaki says, “our guides are always sending us the messages we need just as we need them. To everyone who sees these pictures. I hope you will feel the Shining Light Within You.”

  • 杉崎すみれは埼玉県に育つ。 現在は画家、ヒーラー、オリジナルのヒーリングジュエリーMARAKAH(マラカ)のデ ザイナーでもある。 小さいころは自分の空想の世界に浸るのが大好きな子供だった。 思春期になると、ありのままの自分を表現できない違和感に悩むようになり スピリチュアルな世界に惹かれ、本来の自分自身とコンタクトをとるようになる。 しばらくすると、彼女は自分がマスターやガイド、スピリットなど 光の存在とコンタクトをとり、彼らのメッセージをダウンロードして 降ろしているのに気づくようになる。 そしてそれこそが、彼女が今世やるべきミッションだと知る。 2010年7月、東京 中目黒のダイナビジョンでヒーリングのコースを修了。 同時に初の個展も行った。 彼女の代表作は観音や天使、女神やガイドなど私たちを見守りメッセージを伝えてくれ る存在である。 ”描き始めたときは、何が出来上がるのかは知らない”と彼女は言う。 そのアートワークはまるでヒーリングセッションのようである。 おおきな木製ボードにアクリル絵の具を使ってダウンロードされた存在が描かれる。 作品によっては数ヶ月、また30分で完成する場合もある。 ひとつひとつの作品にはその場所、人、問題などを癒すパワーがある。 ”私たちのガイドはいつも、ベストなタイミングで必要なメッセージを与えてくれ ています。絵を見てくれた全ての人が、輝く光はあなたの中にあることを感じてくれれ ばうれしい”


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