Artist×Consulate Collaboration

Coloring Page Design Project - Winner Announcement!


ぬり絵原画募集 Winner発表!

We are very pleased to announce that we have received many submissions for the “Artist x Consulate Collaboration Coloring Design Page Project.” Thank you to everyone who participated! After a careful evaluation of all the submissions, we would like to announce the three winners! (Listed in no particular order.)
Please download the images and enjoy coloring!

Kyoko Bartley
A piece of artwork of a ninja throwing a shuriken that leaves a dynamic impression!


Chizu Omori
Two children watching the fireworks, with Mt. Fuji in the distance. A very cheerful piece!


Satoka Shibasaki
Looks very tasty! Japanese food is now very popular not only in the United States but all over the world.


These selected pieces will also be introduced on our social media. Feel free to color the pages and share it on your own social media accounts with the hashtag #artistcgjny.
In addition, the coloring pages will be available at the Consulate lobby for visitors to take home and enjoy.
More projects using these coloring pages are also planned. Please look forward to it!

Thank you again for your participation! All of the artworks, even those which were unfortunately not selected, were excellent pieces. It is a shame we are not able to present all of them, but we are planning to continue with this project on a regular basis. Stay informed, and we hope you will apply again next time.

Lastly, we would like to introduce submissions we have received from some of our smaller artists.

Shoko Yoshida
(10 years old)
Nobuaki Yoshida
(8 years old)

An adorable drawing of bunnies looking up at the moon, and an artwork of carp streamers swimming with full strength. Unfortunately, they were not chosen this time, but we hope you will continue to draw wonderful artworks and will apply again next time!

The Consulate General of Japan in New York will continue with the “Artist x Consulate Collaboration”project to help support painters, musicians, performers, dancers, and other artists who are active in our local jurisdiction. Thank you very much for your continued cooperation and support.