Yuka Yamaguchi is a self-taught artist. Born in Kobe, Japan, she moved to Canada in 2000 and is currently living in Saskatoon. She spends most of her time living in her own world. Yuka draws with color pencils and makes useless toys for adult-children. She started drawing simply to amuse herself, but now she has her own art blog and online gallery, which have been linked to from all over the world. This year Yuka’s work will be exhibited in Tokyo, Los Angeles, Berlin, Portland, San Francisco, Taipei, Edmonton and Saskatoon. Her work is an uncanny mix of cruelty and innocence, almost benign in spite of the disturbing undercurrents.

Current and Previous Works by Yuka Yamaguchi

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  • “Kamakura”

    (2008)
    $300
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    Color Pencil on Paper (framed)
    8" × 10"
    20 × 25 cm

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    • Fight For Flight
  • “Lost, But Found”

    (2008)
    $300
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    Color Pencil on Paper (framed)
    8" × 10"
    20 × 25 cm

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    • Fight For Flight
  • “Ai No Toriko (Slave For Love)”

    (2008)
    $450
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    Colored Pencil on Paper (Framed)
    11" × 14"
    28 × 36 cm
  • “Blind Date”

    (2008)
    $450
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    Colored Pencil on Paper (Framed)
    11" × 14"
    28 × 36 cm
  • “Kubittake (Head Over Heels)”

    (2008)
    $450
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    Colored Pencil on Paper (Framed)
    11" × 14"
    28 × 36 cm