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By emphasizing aesthetics and narrative construction, Ino paints a still-life that articulates the intricate details of the subject. His drawings are centered around everyday familiar objects, depicted in achromatic grayscale shades and glazes as well as colourful intricacy. He synthesizes new variations from both explicit and implicit discourse, drawing on influences as diverse as Rembrandt, Matisse, and Balthus.
‘Each of Ino's still-life watercolor painting is renowned for its immediacy and intensity – color, movement, and combustible forms exhibit elemental deconstruction before being rebuilt into alluring visions of harmonious appeal.'
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