Miho. G

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Artwork by Japanese artist Miho. G. Poster color and gansai pigment paintings Original art for sale. JCAT New York Online Gallery and Art Store.

Blue memory by Miho. G

Blue memory

poster color, gansai (pigments), paper
13.8 × 9.6 inches
$275 (without frame)

What nurtures people by Miho. G

What nurtures people

poster color, gansai (pigments), paper
13.8 × 9.6 inches
$275 (without frame)

It's time to go home by Miho. G

It’s time to go home

poster color, gansai (pigments), watson paper
29.2 × 41.2 inches
$734 (without frame)



主食のお米、ご飯(Gohan = 食事)の時間。




Everyone has a place to come home to, and a daily routine of eating together.

In a Japanese household, there once was a time when people used this kind of electric rice cooker.

Rice is a staple food, and Gohan is meal time.

Even when you are playing outside, or doing something inside, a mother’s “it’s time for dinner!” will bring everyone to the dinning table.

This electric rice cooker expresses the fading importance of having quality family time.

This is because a family that enjoys each other’s company, will know that it is a place to nurture strong hearts.

Miho. G - Painter - JCAT artist

When Miho.G was young, she wanted to become a textile designer and was employed at the HANAE-MORI group company. However, she realized the gap between design and reality. So she gave up her dream of becoming a textile designer. After that, she got an office job at a general company.
At the age of 40, she started watercolor painting in her own way and at the age of 50, she was encouraged by her watercolor instructor to take upon a major watercolor painting.

・Selected for 4 years at the Japan Watercolor Federation.

Around the same time, she started taking care of her mother. Living with her mother was very refreshing and she felt more strongly about painting.

★ She mainly paints plants, landscapes and abstract paintings(gansai poster color and acrylic-gouache).

★The style of her paintings have not been decided.

Since most of her artworks emerge while painting, she does not make any drafts.
Also being a major plant lover, the feelings of compassion, vitality and beauty etc for plants are expressed in her artworks.

・Exhibited at a dining restaurant(Osaka 2017 – 2018)
・Exhibited at a Gallery in Jiyugaoka(Tokyo 2018 – 2019)

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