Audrey Kawasaki paints part-manga, part-Art Nouveau scenes of women in supernatural settings. Kawasaki places her subjects in a "sensually esoteric realm," where sea creatures, skeletons, and beasts from Japanese mythology roam. It's some sexy-odd phantasmagoria. [Audrey Kawasaki via The Scuttlefish]


"Hyakki Yakou" 百鬼夜行 night parade (inspired by Hyakki Yako scroll)
oil and graphite on wood 25.5"x15.5"
"Hajimari"@Jonathan Levine Gallery in NY
2009


"Yuugure no houkago" 夕暮れの放課後 afterschool
oil and graphite on wood 30"x26.5"
"Hajimari"@Jonathan Levine Gallery in NY
2009


I Want to Play
oil and graphite on wood 17"x21"
for Baby Tatooville event/art show.
2009


While You're Sleeping
oil and graphite 16"x16"
"Monster?" group show at Copro Gallery
2009


Hitorigoto
Oil and graphite on wood 11x14
'Ephemera' @ Nucleus Gallery
2007


Umi no Yami no Jyoou
Oil and graphite on wood 24x17
'Innocents' @ Lineage Gallery
2007


OctoGirls
Oil on wood 24x15
Venus - Roq La Rue
2006


My Dishonest Heart
mixed media on wood 10"x12"
'The Drawing Show' @ Thinkspace
2008