Shou / Sumi-edo / Sumi-e & Ukiyo-e
Miki is a Japanese artist, who earned the name Shou from her Calligraphy teacher
as a sign of respect and continuation of a tradition.
Shou is a Sumi-e painter, Calligraphy and Fashion illustrator living in New York City.
She draws inspiration from Japanese traditional styles of painting,
reinterpreting it with a romantic but modern aesthetic, with an emphasis on beauty and fashion.
She has worked with a number of high profile clients including;
hachette collections, OLIVER WEBER, PATRICK Japan, ANNA SUI, and the restaurant Haru.
She has exhibited her artworks in Tokyo, Paris, and New York.
Shou is a licensed Sumi-E lecturer, and calligraphy professional.
Picture / Planning
Place to gather
Sumi-e & Ukiyo-e
Right panel of the Pine Trees screen
Sumi-e is Japanese Black Ink Painting
Use Brush and Washi Paper.
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One Hundred Famous Views of Edo
Ukiyo-e is a genre of Japanese art which flourished from the 17th through 19th centuries. Its artists produced woodblockprints and
the first illustration in Japan / painted in the mid-12th_13th century
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