Wednesday, September 22, 2021
Home News A house of horrors with art? Halloween Edition

A house of horrors with art? Halloween Edition

If you love the festivities of Halloween, you’re probably disappointed that you can’t party as much as usual this year thanks to the coronavirus. There are few people to show off your costumes, and wearing a “mask” has become a common sight. So TRiCERA suggests that you apply your budget and party spirit to decorating your home.

 

In addition to the usual Halloween home decorations, you can add an art or two to liven up the mood. It is a wonderfully Japanese aesthetic to change your interior decorations with the changing of the seasons. Add Halloween to the mix, and you have a special decoration for years to come. Find a scary favorite piece of art that will send chills down your spine and those of your house guests.

 

By Jure Kralj

 

 

 

MIchele Pau

 

 

Il martirio by MIchele Pau
23 x 21 cm

 

Yumimi

 

 

 

Little Cho

 

 

Kate Glasheen

 

 

Sam Bulaga

 

 

 

Isaac Ishimatsuhttps://www.tricera.net/
Born in Tokyo in 1988 and raised in the countryside, Isaac now stays in France. Although he excelled in his studies and work, he spent his time in Japan as an unconventional individual who puzzled his serious teachers and superiors. To realize his childhood dream of living abroad, Isaac moved to Canada in 2015. Currently, learning new languages, teaching languages, and working for TRiCERA keep him busy. Having worked at a pottery studio and studied music at a Canadian college, he has a wide range of interests, including photography and art. He writes about the connection between art and daily life from observations of the history and comparison of cultures.

Most Popular

You Might Like

Being Local and Being Global: Myanmar’s Contemporary Art Scene

The Flow of Contemporary Art in Myanmar In recent years, as Art Basel Hong Kong has established an "Insight Section" to introduce art scenes...

Artist’s Insight: 6 things to know about Fabian Freese

Color is an immense key player in the way we look at things. Even the clothes we wear on a given day, the hair...

Charity auction of art in China. What can art do with the Corona disaster?

 Is art useful to humans?    One can think of all kinds of ways to think about it, but one can also think of it as...

Artwork for Home; Easy Guide Step by Step

Art Brings Space to Life Remember that exhilarating feeling you get when you leave the movie theater and come back to reality, or...

If you’re buying contemporary art for the first time, prints are the way to go!-High-quality prints

TRiCERA is pleased to present a limited edition of high quality prints by 13 artists selected from various countries.Sold with technical cooperation from DNP...

Don't Miss

Nudes in the Present: Contemporary Painting in the Face of Nudity

 The nude is an expression of the human form as it really is. Not only have nude works been produced since the days of...

Katsuso Ichino: Taking a Step from Tradition to Contemporary Art

"I want to make use of the simple and natural clay that is unique to Tanba-yaki." Katsuiso Ichino Mr. Katsuso Ichino is the seventh...

Painting the beauty that lies beyond the crumbling form – Interview with Sameshoshi

Born in Tokyo in 1997, Samihoshi is a painter who graduated from Musashino Art University in 2020 with a major in oil painting. Since...

Keisuke Tsuchida: Mental Expression by Pencil Drawing

I want to be an artist who always expresses the truth that is in my heart.   A challenge by Keisuke Tsuchida       What sets up-and-coming artist...

Feature Post

Quick Insight Vol.10 How Spanish artist Hector Fernandez Lleida creates a bird’s eye view of contemporary society through images of humans, animals, and machines.

 Hector Fernandez Lleida draws everyday motifs such as bottles, animals, and human activities by overlapping them with a wide range of scientific methods such...

What is the meaning of “painting” left in our time – Interview with Manami Azuma

Using beautiful girl figures and toys as motifs, Manami Azuma traps time on canvas through the movement of rotation. Combining the simple and classic...

Over the Shape and Color of Love

 While the themes that artists take up may be grandiose, the source of their creations may be surprisingly familiar. This is especially true of...

He paints between Japan and the West.

Sachi Oizumi, who lives in Australia, first studied oil painting and then began to study Japanese painting. Her work is characterized by a...

Editor's Choice