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Instagram LifeO-mikuji from Hatomori Shrine. After I bought it I put it in my pocket and forgot about it until today when getting a coffee. O-mikuji is a fortune-telling technique where you fortune is derived from which one you drew out of a box. This is shaped like a pigeon. You unfold it and read the fortune inside. 🐦#hatomorishrine #hatomorijinja #omikuji #omikujifortunes #traveljapan2020
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Tag Archives: Onishi
This view greets me overtime I return to Onishi. The weather may change but the green and the water are always welcoming. Onishi, Gunma has a great art residency program with Shiro Oni Studio. The studio and the town are … Continue reading
Over the last couple years since I did a short artist residency in Onishi in Gunma Prefecture, I’ve been lucky enough to attend the summer matsuri. This is a super short post since I’ve written about it before, but I … Continue reading
Location: currently living in London Job: Instructor at Central St. Martin’s Tell me about your medium and your work. Mostly, recently, 3-D sculpture. I work a lot with lights. My paintings relate to current 3D sculpture. Right now … Continue reading
From: Patagonia, Argentina, currently Buenos Aires Currently: Illustrator for graphic design and editorial. Tell me about your work and your medium? I started in graphic design and moved into illustration. Mostly I use water color and pencil on paper. … Continue reading
Based In: Columbia Job: Full time artist with a tiny studio in Bogata. Tell me about your work and your medium. The majority of my work is with cut paper and different aspects of drawing, working with space … Continue reading
From: Lahore, Pakistan Currently: University Lecturer, Art Curriculum Director for large school system. Tell me about your work and your medium. I started in gouache/tempura. I changed because it was difficult to preserve the work. I changed to acrylic. I … Continue reading