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Zanshin by Hiroko Sakai
Dancer by Hiroko Sakai
Nude by Hiroko Sakai
Eye by Hiroko Sakai
Virgin Mary by Hiroko Sakai
The Truth by Hiroko Sakai
Ikaros's wings by Hiroko Sakai
Shall we dance by Hiroko Sakai
A Door Forgotten by Hiroko Sakai
mystery by Hiroko Sakai
Lovers by Hiroko Sakai
Maze by Hiroko Sakai
Thorn by Hiroko Sakai
Despair and Hope by Hiroko Sakai
A bird in forest by Hiroko Sakai
Medusa No. one by Hiroko Sakai
Medusa No. two by Hiroko Sakai
Medusa No. three by Hiroko Sakai
Bird Cage by Hiroko Sakai
Revelation by Hiroko Sakai
Moon by Hiroko Sakai
Red by Hiroko Sakai
Queer Fruit by Hiroko Sakai
Dream by Hiroko Sakai
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About Hiroko Sakai
Hi, Thank you for visiting my page.
I am an Artist, originally from Japan and has been working on my Art in San Francisco.
Main website : www.HirokoSakaiFineArt.com
Official online gallery shop : www.HirokoSakai.com
Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/pages/Hiroko-Sakai-FineArt/104788397523
I was born in a small town of northern Kyushu island of Japan in early Spring. I was a shy kid. I liked looking for fairies in grass and reading adventure stories from my gigantic book case. My parents were great patrons of cultures and art and made sure I had many opportunities to grow artistically. It seemed like I have been painting and drawing from my first breath. My school note books are filled with drawings.
My professional art career started in the graphic arts field in Fukuoka, Japan in the early 1990s. After graduating from Seinan Gakuin University with a BA degree in French and Nihon interior design school with a BA degree in design and rendering, I founded Atelier Yume-Tsumugi Ltd. I operated that studio successfully for 5 years. I emphasized working on a variety of projects with varying requirements rather than a distinct style. Many of my works are displayed in hospital lobbies, corporate offices, and commercial building entrances in Japan.
In 1998, I broadened the scope of my endeavors to include projects in the United States. In the US, I decided to start concentrate on oil painting. I had always wanted to paint with oils in Japan, but slow drying oils were not realistic with the short deadlines of my commercial clients. Now I could do it.
San Francisco, with its vibrant arts culture, became my second home and was a source of much inspiration. For a while, I felt disadvantaged because I was a foreigner learning a second language. Now I know that my differences are my strength and I can combine my Japanese and San Francisco backgrounds to produce powerful and unique art works.
When we tap into our powers of imagination, we are blooms of possibilities.
I believe that I am one of the happiest creatures in the world because I have found what I am meant to do on this Earth and what I want to do from now on.