Fluid Obscure, 2014
Charcoal, oil pastel, and enamel on mylar
30 x 32 in. 


Kayo Albert is an artist whose paintings on Mylar are fluid, intuitive, translucent and complex. She works with charcoal, pastel, oil and enamel paints. She is interested in what eyes cannot see – the mind and collective unconscious that unites all of us mysteriously and unknowingly. Being influenced by Carl G. Jung and Joseph Campbell who combined psychology, philosophy, nature and divine inspiration to examine the unseeable, she explores these territories with her art. Physicality of drawing and painting, immersion in the work is essential process for her. It also allows audiences to share the journey of her experience, often describing her work as intricate, finding new images and notions each time the work is viewed. She was born in Hyogo, Japan, lives in New York City.

About Kayo Albert 

Kayo Albert is an abstract painter working in New York. Her work is dynamic and energetic, large but light and semi-translucent thanks to Mylar she works on. she became very active in creating and showing her work last two years, participating in an artist community and several group shows in Miami and New York. Two of her main goal for this year is to "cross the line" or be mature as an artist and to find the representation at the gallery.