#105 2008-The Nest of Winds-(large Print)5 A vibrant Print, in large size, incorporating design elements typical of the Artist's work of around 2006- 2008; here the earth tones and warm ochres are contrasted by a bold swirl in bright peacock blue.
#151 The Voice like a Bow Wrapped in Cherry Bark An amazing composition of linear patterns rises, reares, and curls in this extraordinary detailed, fine Work, entitled: 'The Voice like a Bow wrapped in Cherry Bark'
#25 - Considering Lao-tse (35) In this color etching the dark geometric form blends softly into the surrounding space. The grid of red dots defines and enlivens and the horizontal red bar appears to define and limit the otherwise, seemingly limitless, space
#63 - Considering Lao-tse (23) Varied patterns in the light blue background are dominated by the off-center, slightly swaying cross form - which though not strictly geometric, has a stable, armour-like quality, reaching out to all sides of the composition.
#34 - Spinning the Wind 6 A large and dramatic print in wich Hayashi has integrated the image by means of a large, swirling combination of colors; these in turn contrast with the varied forms and color beneath. This is one of the Artist's most successful Prints.
D-10.Oct.2006 Painting/Collage Strips of fabric, brightly painted with collage of rectangle and squares attached by means of fine, twisted paper 'threads'; these are sewn over and through the handmade paper backing. A tour de force of craftsmanship and fine design - detailed, yet bold
#88 - The Nest of Winds 2(large Print) Equally divided into three sections, grey/silver, burgundy/black, light/dark ochre, the Nest of Winds extends from the swirling center to both sides in an animated, finely extended movement
#28 - Considering Tokuyama Village - Memory of Rain A composition in bright blue on dark, patterned ground - reminding of a blueprint of buildings, no longer connected; below, verticals of a fence-like shape, fading to the right and left. Perhaps a reminder of the village of Tokuyama, disbanded to make room for roads and industry
#17 The Wind Filled with Roots,Countless Small Beginnings Countless delicate, circular, spinning lines above, what appears to be a field of growing plants; this is an extraordinarily rich, enlivened composition in wonderful color gradations
#134 Windscape Hayashi has always liked the Wind - in this vibrant Work he uses varied shades of bright blue, creating depth. The spiraling lines, spreading from the center rise and fall, creating energy and focus