Suzuki Takako is an emerging Japanese artist that has not received an art education. She is a self-taught artist and has been painting on her own. In her head, Takako sees a grassland where people and animals are free. Her works consist of the combination of individuals from the grassland in her head and all the experiences she has had that have influenced her life.
Suzuki Takako’s paintings have distinctive elements: the behaviors of each individual in the grassland, the strength of wind, the temperature of the location, various feelings about some problems, joy, or anxiety. Her painting is also expressed sensitive emotions by using various delicate color and a high level of detailed expressions.