I’m Keiko Suzuki (also known as Bless Hue), an artist originally from Japan, now living in Seattle.
The artwork you see on this website are my original designs.
I use an amazing technique that gives a unique textural look to the subjects I love to portray.
I currently have two paper collage styles: Hand-Torn Newspaper Collage Art and Mixed Paper Collage Art.
I’m passionate about papers and animals. My art is made with a subtle playful touch to brighten your home.
Scroll through the galleries in each category to see groupings that work well together or alone.
Each print is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity that shares the story of my work and is perfect for giving.
If you are interested in doing collaboration or commission with me, please feel free to email me at email@example.com.
Thank you for visiting!
Each color piece of newspapers is hand-torn in shape, pasted, and scratched to add more details.
It is earth-friendly, as I transform discarded papers into delightful artwork.
This collage style is what I originally started in 2012.
Available in Prints and Originals.Shop
Construction papers and tissue papers are the main "paint" in this art. Sometimes other papers are incorporated for even more fun touch (e.g. Newspaper articles, shredded US currencies so far).
The papers are cut or torn in shape and pasted.
More colorful and bigger size than Hand-Torn Newspaper Collage Art.
New style of collage I started for more varieties from 2017. Prints and Originals will be available soon!Inquire