Keisuke Eguchi Painting

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Coronado, San Diego

A new painting and the biggest size in my work.
I put 100% effort, all the skills and everything in this painting.

Letter from California.

Coronado, San Diego
acrylic on canvas
51 x 64 inches (F100)

Things started to move to the new phase.

I have always enjoyed painting, had great memory, and made friends through art. I will keep doing this activity through my life, just the same as when I was a little kid.

My intention is now move to the job, oversea marketing. This is the job what I always do since I graduate college in Japan. After doing art, I have a new aspect to this traditional job. I know I can do this job better than ever.

My pace of making art slows down, but does not mean stop.

Please visit the website sometime and see the work. I will occationally upload the piece. Hopely, the piece will bring you to the different world.

Thanks always for checking.


Price List

For the start of new year, I have uploaded the price list for my work. The price is charged based on the size of the canvas. Feel free to contact by Email.


Take a walk

A beutiful day at Kamakura, Japan. 

Best Wishes for the New Year.

The Show

Please enjoy the slide images of the show in Hiroshima. For my work, it seems people are attracted to the seascape paintings.

La Jolla, San Diego
oil on canvas
10.75 x 16.25 inches

acrylic on canvas
24 x 18 inches

This is just gift for a customer. Year of the Dog 2018

pencil, color pencil on decorated paper

The Show

Down Town


Having an opportunity to meet the people, audience through the show is always an eye openning experience. Thank you for coming to the show and I would like keep improving the pieces.


Traveling Japan

This week, I am having an exhibition at Hiroshima, Japan.

It is west part of Japan. I've never been there in past, so I traveled and saw what the place is like. I spent most of the time at Onomichi, the Inland Sea area.

The place turned out good, please see the work of photos. Hope that the audiences get the sense, feels like traveling there.

Onomichi overview, the Inland Sea



Traditional housing, the memorial building for the famous novelist

View from the alley

Setoda, the neighbor island

The Triple Tower


Filiming Museum

Traditional building in temple area

Late afternoon

Old architecture at main street

There were a lot of elements for painting and making a story. Thanks for looking at the photos. I just hope to have the good exhibition in Hiroshima.