photography

008A collection of pictures of beautiful flowers, which he photographed in the suburbs of his hometown of Kita kyushu, Fukuoka Prefecture, was shown in an exhibition entitled “Flower Healing Photo Exhibition” in cities throughout Japan.
Mr. Suisei Hoshii photographs flowers as representing the four seasons using his own original film technique, and printed almost all of them in large A1 format, which were then exhibited in art museums and galleries throughout Japan. His photo exhibitions were praised in many localities. The published photo collection “Flower Healing” contains selected photographs from this exhibition. He is currently working on the third collection in the series.
In 2003 his photo of Helichrysum flowers was nominated for an award in the Akiyama Shotaro Flower Photography Competition.
In addition to flowers, he photographs nature in all its divine beauty, in both Japan and other parts of the world. Original calendars featuring these photos are on sale and have been well received. He has plans to hold an exhibition of his nature photography.

Award

Suisei’s photograph “The Crown of Thorns” received a prize in 2013 in the plants section at “Nature’s Best Photography Japan 2012”, which was the first time the contest had been held in Japan. The prize was awarded in Harajuku, Tokyo, in June, 2013.
Suisei is featured on an iOS application called “Nature’s Best”.
Numerous photos of flowers are displayed there.

exhibition

2003.2 Exhibition at a gallery in Akasaka, Tokyo
2003.7 Flower Healing Photography Exhibition held twice at Kitakyushu Heights
2003. Flower Healing Photography Exhibition held twice at Kitakyushu Heights
2003.11 Flower Healing Photography Exhibition held twice at Kitakyushu Heights
2004.1 Western Orchid Photography Exhibition at Pastel Hall, Kokura Izutsuya
2004.1 “Flower Healing Photography Collection” goes on sale
2004.4 Publication of flower communication “Floral Bookmarks (Shiori)”
2004.4 Flower Healing Photography Exhibition at the Yukuhashi Tulip Fair venue
2004.5 The second Flower Healing Photography Exhibition at Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art was so popular that the museum requested it be extended.
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