Japanese Calligrapher Ms. Miho Araki
Miho Araki started Japanese calligraphy at the age of four from her mother who is prestigious status of calligraphy master in Japan. After moved to Australia miho and her husband Dean open ebisu design to exhibit her art with Japanese artefacts. She doesn't belong to any Japanese calligraphy group because of limited of art style and activity. She enjoys creating her own art style using traditional and modern material to suit western culture.
161 Ormond Rd,Elwood VIC 3184
Tel: (03) 9531 2300
Miho Araki; an artist of extraordinary talent together with an expertise in traditional Japanese calligraphy her artworks bring new life to the traditional Japanese art form. Miho offers her own messages that tap into everyday life; she likes to include a meaning that you can attach to your life. By way of thick black strokes on large white canvases Miho’s artworks are ready to enhance any living room wall.
It’s no wonder Miho’s artworks are so striking in perfection; having studied the practice of traditional Japanese calligraphy since she was five years of age from her mother, an acclaimed Calligraphy Master in native Japan.
Creating large multi-panel canvases, Miho uses a horsehair brush with a tip “as big as ones head”, painting thick black strokes on large white canvases with each piece to reveal a meaningful message or poem.
You can view her artwork at ebisu design 161 Ormond Rd in Elwood; miho has run the business since 2001. All her artworks are hand written and original that display her traditional red family seal, every time you go you will see different artworks on the wall as well as Japanese antique furniture, kimono and artifacts.