Kiri ¡ÈÌ¸¡É means mist.
The image of this artistic creation is cool and dignified.
Lame shines with a glitter on a golden Japanese paper.
It¡Çs a stylish acrylic frame. The charm of this art work is novel.
43.5cm x 58.5cm x 0.5cm
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Profile of the Artist
ERIKA Other works
She was born in Osaka on April 26th, 1984.
She has started Japanese calligraphy at 2 years old and won many prizes.At the age of a high school student, it is held the first private exhibition of Japanese calligraphy and ink painting.(Eriko Maruyama calligraphy and painting exhibition).In ¡Æ03, she entered into Waseda University. Now, she is 4th year of this university.
In ¡Æ04, she won the prize of Nikasyo and was accepted at the Mainiti calligraphy exhibition.In ¡Æ05, she won the prize of Nikasyo and was accepted at the Mainiti calligraphy exhibition.
In Sep.¡Ç05, it is held the exhibition of Japanese calligraphy "Hutariten" at Ikebukuro.
("Yippee" Eriko Maruyama & Kanako Nemoto "Hutariten")
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