Masa Iida is an abstract painter from Yokohama, Japan, living and working in London.
His work is a visual interpretation of impermanence; a collection of ever-changing moments he is experiencing.
He is strongly influenced by the Buddhist saying, fallin“Fine snow falling flake by flake. Each flake falls in its own proper place. Everything could and should rest in its own proper place.”
For him “a fine snow flake” is a fine brushstroke; “A proper place” is the right place on the paper where a brushstroke was destined to be.