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Hope is an American artist currently residing in Mie, Japan. With her interests in Japanese traditional arts and growing up in a western culture, she creates a unique blend of the two influences. Her work has a strong sense of narrative, which contains a tinge of mystery and the unknown. Her artwork is often mold… Read More
Hope is an American artist currently residing in Mie, Japan. With her interests in Japanese traditional arts and growing up in a western culture, she creates a unique blend of the two influences. Her work has a strong sense of narrative, which contains a tinge of mystery and the unknown. Her artwork is often molds humanity with the natural world giving the sense that humanity is one in the same with nature, and shouldn’t be a separate entity.

Her works contain a variety of mixed media, including graphite, oils, and watercolors. Read Less
2016 May Line Attack 5 The Hive Gallery Los Angeles, America

2016 April Hive 11th Anniversary Show The Hive Gallery Los Angeles, America

2016 March “Time Machine” and Group Show The Hive Gallery Los Angeles, America

2016 February Art Nagoya The Westen Castle Aichi, Japan

2015 Knights and Flowers, Solo Exhib… Read More
2016 May Line Attack 5 The Hive Gallery Los Angeles, America

2016 April Hive 11th Anniversary Show The Hive Gallery Los Angeles, America

2016 March “Time Machine” and Group Show The Hive Gallery Los Angeles, America

2016 February Art Nagoya The Westen Castle Aichi, Japan

2015 Knights and Flowers, Solo Exhibition Gallery Tatsuya Aichi Prefecture, Japan

2015 September Kobe Art Marche Kobe Meriken Park Hotel Kobe, Japan

2015 July Art Osaka Hotel Granvia Osaka, Japan

2014 October The Art Fair Ultra-PLUS Spiral Cafe Tokyo, Japan

2014 June daydreaming展 Solo Exhibition Gallery Tatsuya Aichi Prefecture, Japan

2014 April WxE 物語展 hope x kiku two person exhibition TsukiAkari Book Cafe Mie Prefecture, Iga City, Japan

2012 Iga City Professional Artist Group Exhibition /第十四回伊賀市美術作家展 Gallery Space in Height Pier Building, Iga City, Japan

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