Tsutao Machida, a Japanese Canadian artist, has painted and sculpted for 42 years.
Working with a wide range of materials and techniques, he continues to express his view of the
natural world through paintings that emote sensuality and passion. classical and contemporary
in stroke and style, Tsutao's work offers an internal window on universal themes. Tsutao challenges
cultural and aesthetic boundaries, integration the essence of vision with a diversity of
perspective. He insists on maintaining an ever-shifting point-of-view yielding an infinite
evolution of colour, line, and composition. Tsutao, the quizzical observer, inhabits a unique
space in his work, revealing the elusive moment when technique transcends routine and
transforms the ordiary into the profound. In his exploding forms, paint dances on surfaces capturing a
whimsical portrait. Tsutao's works features art commissioned by nature and awakened by genius.