"Four Hundred and Thirty"
ABOUT THE PIECE \
"The title, "Four Hundred and Thirty", refers to the number of long years that the ancient Jews were slaves in Egypt before they were set free. This painting is also about people who come out of an interminably long lifetime of mental slavery. How many of us still live like slaves when we are completely free?" — JUURI
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JUURI is a Tokyo-born Japanese+American artist currently working from Oklahoma City.
Her colorful figure-driven work is inspired by traditional Japanese themes (bijin-ga and yakusha-e) mixed with a modern fashion photography feel.
Her murals and art can be seen all over the US as well as overseas.
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