Brian Buxton - Artist in Tokyo

Brian Buxton

I'm an artist in Tokyo, Japan

Available for contracts

I speak English

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About me

Currently, I am a struggling artist living in Tokyo but I am also the owner/founder of is a new online art platform, which can dramatically enhance the way we experience art and engage with artists online. uses virtual tour technology and can be viewed on a Notebook, PC, Mac, tablet, smartphone, and most VR headsets. Each show is carefully curated and meticulously rendered to showcase the art in an engaging, easy-to-navigate and immersive experience.
This platform enables visitors to explore a wide range of genres of art collected from around the world. Visitors can move through the virtual space and have an immersive experience of the artwork. Virtualgalleries works closely with the artist to capture an existing location or design a virtual one exclusively for their art work.
Artists can design the gallery space for their show. This allows for a more personalized and meaningful exhibition experience. This process also encourages artists to explore new ways to present their work.

I am hoping to meet artists and potential business partners here on Canvas to bring the concept forward as a platform to bridge the physical and virtual art space.

My Creations

  1. Sliptectonic-walk

    13 July 2022

    Wall Drawing 2016.

  2. SlipNoir VR

    17 July 2022
    SlipNoir VR

    I hope these images convey a little of what it is like to experience this selection of my work in VR. These images and the works depicted are just computer-generated m...

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  3. I don't have studio space in Japan, so all my work is now created virtually
    The CAD files are carefully created to ensure sure they are machinable and easy to fabricate. I then render these files in Blender. However, there is still a significant part of my work that can... continue reading (0, 1 image)

  4. Kind of a lost and found moment.

    There is something special about rummaging through old belongings and keepsakes. Today I rediscovered some old work I made in my second year of university along with s...

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