Ayano Nakamura I grew up in a small village in Aomori, Japan. I've loved drawing since I was little, and I mainly draw fantasy princesses. At the age of seven, a cousin living in Tokyo visited the village. I looked very cool at the sketchbooks they had. And my mom gave me that as a gift. Then every day I sketched a lot of flowers and landscapes. I still vividly remember those days, like yesterday. It was definitely around this time that I learned the joy of expression. When I was a student, I won several competitions, but I didn't have the opportunity to learn art. It was a very small village! After graduating, I got a job in Tokyo. I longed for a big city. \"Tokyo is cool!\" Only that feeling. However, I realized that there are very few opportunities to express myself in my daily life. One day I got to know the master of the gallery cafe. He respected Picasso. He drew me into the world of art, saying, \"Draw freely.\" From there, I became absorbed in drawing freely with my instinct. Two years later, I applied for the \"What is Drawing\" exhibition and won the second prize. I self-taught. I am still studying instinctively expressing emotions. \"Emotions\" is springing up. it's springing up first, the emotional words \"fun\" and \"sad \"etc., come later. I think there are more types of \"emotions\" than words. I used a pen and paper as a drawing tool because it was the most familiar tool. I used it for a simple reason, but I think it was very suitable. The flow I draw cannot be expressed with dynamic paint. And I wasn't thinking \"I want to do a Fine draw!\" When I expressed what I wanted to draw in detail, it became Fine draw. I think we will continue to improve our level in the future. I'm sure it will continue to evolve forever.