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Miho Araki

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Art of ink and brush

Miho Araki, an artist of extraordinary talent with an expertise in Shodo brings new life to the traditional Japanese art form. Shodo is a form of artistic writing and is a Zen art, and to write with mastery, one must clear the mind and let the brush flow effortlessly.

The calligrapher has only one chance to create with a singular, fluid stroke of the brush. Miho taught herself this unique, abstract and stylish way.  By not belonging  to any society’s nor groups, Miho is able to create freely, and express her brush art without boundaries. 

Miho offers her own messages that tap into everyday life. She likes to include a meaning that you can relate to, interpreted through the thick black strokes on large white canvases. Miho’s artworks are ready to enhance any living room wall.

The artist performs live demonstrations on stage using large panels or paper. She is also available for groups to provide smaller individualised pieces such as writing peoples names in Hiragana and other commissioned art works, all finished with her traditional red seal.

Enjoy the movement of her brush strokes as she conjures the energy of the moment.

 

Miho Araki                                                                                                                                                                               

Art of ink and brush

Miho Araki, an artist of extraordinary talent with an expertise in Shodo brings new life to the traditional Japanese art form. Shodo is a form of artistic writing and is a Zen art, and to write with mastery, one must clear the mind and let the brush flow effortlessly.

The calligrapher has only one chance to create with a singular, fluid stroke of the brush. Miho taught herself this unique, abstract and stylish way.  By not belonging  to any society’s nor groups, Miho is able to create freely, and express her brush art without boundaries. 

Miho offers her own messages that tap into everyday life. She likes to include a meaning that you can relate to, interpreted through the thick black strokes on large white canvases. Miho’s artworks are ready to enhance any living room wall.

The artist performs live demonstrations on stage using large panels or paper. She is also available for groups to provide smaller individualised pieces such as writing peoples names in Hiragana and other commissioned art works, all finished with her traditional red seal.

Enjoy the movement of her brush strokes as she conjures the energy of the moment.

 

Miho Araki                                                                                                                                                                               

Art of ink and brush

Miho Araki, an artist of extraordinary talent with an expertise in Shodo brings new life to this traditional Japanese art form. Shodo is a form of artistic writing, considered a Zen art. To master this artform, one must clear the mind and let the brush flow effortlessly.The calligrapher has only one chance to create this with a singular, fluid stroke of the brush. Miho is self taught in this unique, abstract and stylish artform.  By not belonging  to any society nor group, Miho is able to create freely, and express her brush art without boundaries. 

Miho offers her own message, tapping into everyday life. She likes to include a meaning that you can relate to, interpreted through the thick black strokes on large white canvases. Miho’s artworks are ready to enhance any interior wall.

The artist performs live demonstrations on stage using large panels or paper. She is also available for groups to provide smaller individualized pieces such as writing peoples names in Hiragana and other commissioned art works, all finished with her traditional red seal.

Enjoy the movement of her brush strokes as she conjures the energy of the moment.

 

       

                                                                                                                Miho Araki