Gallery Exhibition: Sachiko Miyaki

Witness the power of creative inspiration at this invigorating exhibition.

“My process starts immediately as colors touch the canvas and the energies reverberate,” says Sachiko Miyaki, an Aomori Prefecture native who has learned to listen to her internal artistic compass.

At this exhibition running through March 1, the Joshibi University of Art and Design alumnus shows off her mastery of colors, composition and canvas that calls for close inspection and quiet contemplation.

Artworks are available for purchase through The Cellar.

Artistic Thoughts

  • Moment I realized I wanted to become an artist.  
    When I started to sell my work at my first solo exhibition [in Tokyo in 2013], I grew determined to become a professional artist.

  • What I would tell my 20-year-old self.
    A spark can come suddenly from anywhere. There’s plenty to be worried about, but please always trust your creative instincts.

  • My perfect creative environment.
    Somewhere I can spend all day thinking about my work.

  • Artist, living or dead, I’d most like to share a meal with.
    Gerhard Richter, Jasper Johns [and] Lee Ufan.

Gallery Exhibition

  • Feb 9–Mar 1
  • Members only

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