Today I came across the oil paintings of Miho Hirano and immediately fell in love. The way the Japanese artist merges women with nature is breathtakingly beautiful. She is represented by Gallery Sumire which had this to say about her:
“Miho Hirano is attempting to express the fragility of life as well as its maturity and continuously changing circumstance. The flowing lines of curves and the subtle colors are signature elements in her works. She successfully composes in one frame human and natural motifs such as flowers, birds, fish or water. Her delicate oil paintings invite viewers to her world in which decorative beauty and fragility perfectly co-exist.”
Hirano will be a part of Los Angeles’ Corey Heldford Gallery’s 10th Anniversary exhibition which starts August 27 and runs through September 24. She joins a whole host of other artists including some of my favorites like Camilla D’Errico, Haroshi (his skateboard pieces are insane), Kukula, Luke Cheuh, and Paul Frank. This is the ultimate exhibition for art enthusiasts, students of art, art collectors and anyone else interested in a large and awe-inspiring overview of what is currently happening in the New Contemporary art scene.(My favorite genre of art.) Mark your calendars. This is going to be one heck of a show.