Miki Saito - Artist in Tokyo

Miki Saito

I'm an artist in Tokyo, Japan

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I speak English and Japanese

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About me

Hi there, my name is Miki Saito and I'm a contemporary artist living in Tokyo!
Full time Artist. Part time ukulele, nature, and animal lover.

You can watch a documentary clip about my work here : http://www.celebtv.jp/2016/05/13/blossom-blast/

I was born in Japan, but have been constantly living between the U.S. / Japan throughout my life. I speak / write in both Japanese and English fluently. I studied at KIDI Parson (in Kanazawa) and earned my BFA in Fine Arts from Art Center College of Design in 2012.

I also voluntarily build a website called Artist Resource Tokyo to help out international artists visiting Tokyo.

My Creations

  1. It’s Beautiful Here at Fukushima, 2012
    3D printed plaster and mixed media
    15″ × 20″ × 15″

    This piece has an accompanied writing, a letter from a teacher in the affected areas of Fukushima concerning the nuclear incident and it's impact on the future of the children. Please check my... continue reading (0, 1 image)

  2. Untitled 2011

    3 August 2015

    Untitled 2011, 2011
    Ink on watercolor paper
    14.5″ × 18″

    Received Best of Show – Gary Horowitz Award at the 14th Annual Will’s Creek Survey National Juried Exhibition (USA)

  3. Healing Bear

    3 August 2015

    The Healing Bear, 2013
    Sumi ink and acrylic on canvas
    48″ × 60″

    Commissioned by RSDSA
    Collection of Sao Paulo University Hospital, Brazil

    This painting was made through a project called “Painting for Pain”. Six artists were paired with CRPS/RSD patients to create paintings about pain to spread awareness of... continue reading (0, 1 image)

  4. Divine Messenger: Fox

    3 August 2015

    Divine Messenger: Fox, 2014
    Sumi ink and mineral pigments on paper
    20″ × 17″

  5. A fashion collaboration with Devil's Advocate, their SS 2016 Collection was made using printed fabrics of my paintings. This piece was made using my painting "Yumekui" 2014.