• 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:05    |    
    Art exhibition setup
  • 00:36    |    
    Introduction by Gene Epstein
  • 01:20    |    
    Quotes Thomas Sowell
  • 03:45    |    
    Where were you born? Does your name have a special meaning?
  • 04:51    |    
    When did you discover that you wanted to become an artist?
  • Musical influence
  • 07:51    |    
    Nature of abstract art
  • 09:05    |    
    How long did you attend the Pratt Institute?
  • Professional mentorship
  • 11:31    |    
    Quotes n , Amir Bar-Lev
  • 13:13    |    
    In abstract painting, what is the difference between the work of a child and a mature artist?
  • 16:55    |    
    Paintings by Hisako Kobayashi
    • Thematic interrelation
  • 27:00    |    
    Framing art
  • 30:37    |    
    Art and economics
  • 32:17    |    
    Question and answer period
    • In what orientation where the paintings done?
    • How long does it take you to make these paintings?
    • What is the creative process of your paintings?
    • Could you explain the relation between music and your art?
    • Do you have any Post-Romantic musical influences in your art?
    • Can you explain how you understand the concept of space in your paintings?
    • Dimensional features
    • How could you explain your imagination in order for everyone to understand it?
    • Intercultural exposure
  • 51:49    |    
    Final words
  • 52:05    |    
    Art exhibition
  • 52:32    |    
    Final credits

Seeds in the Heart

New Media  | 15 de noviembre de 2011  | Vistas: 86

Hisako Kobayashi provides an insightful explanation for several of the paintings she recently created. Using her three latest masterpieces, she shares the ideas and concepts that inspired her work. During the conference, she is accompanied by her husband, Gene Epstein, who contributes to the discussion by sharing additional information on the paintings, enriching the conversation with his own thoughts and opinions regarding her valuable work. Kobayashi also speaks about the lifelong process that brought her to become such a great artist, and finally, gives other important details about her art, the creative process she experienced, and the influential convictions she believes and stands for.


"Hisako Kobayashi started out with the idea of painting sound and…

Gene Epstein is Barron's economics editor and author of the column…