Japanese painter Yumiko Kayukawa will debut new work on June 11th at Foley Gallery, New York. Kayukawa grew up in a small town in Hokkaido, Japan. She found a love of animals in her natural surroundings, and they continue to embody important themes in her work. Except for the show’s titular piece “Fire Horse” (Hinoe Uma), don’t expect 11 paintings of horses in this show. Depicted in her contemporary Manga (Japanese comics) inspired style, girls appear in fantasical scenes with a variety of new animal counterparts. See more after the jump!