Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Artist: Mihoko Hakata

Mihoko Hakata, a former Boston resident, has recently returned to her native Japan. She is an artist, model and a Happy New Year's baby!

Her mother called her "E.T." because she had big curious eyes and long fingers with lots of wrinkles. She loves to smile at strangers, and would like to spread happiness and "Relax and Feel Good" energy all over the world!




Magnolia Spa
(Watercolor and ink - A piece for an article about "Magnolia Spa" in the Brooklyn magazine 11211.
I hope you feel relaxed and feel good by looking at this piece.

19"x19")

Retail value: $450
Minimum bid: $40
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King of Hobos
(Ink, watercolor, acrylic paint, color pencils on corrugated cardboard - Dedicated to the King of Hobos, Rudy Phillips
35"x24")

Retail value: $450
Minimum bid: $30
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Happy Go Hippie
(Ink and Watercolor - Published in the Brooklyn magazine 11211 as a promotional piece for a musical
22.5"x16.5")

Retail value: $350
Minimum bid: $20
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The Loneliness - Turtle Shell Series
(Beautiful magazine papers found on the NYC street, cardboard, glue and lots of love - Inspired by the feeling Robin Lee Graham had in the novel, Dove
Note: background color not part of this shell-shaped item
16"x18")

Retail value: $450
Minimum bid: $30
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The Content - Turtle Shell Series
(Beautiful magazine papers found on the NYC street, cardboard, glue and lots of love - Inspired by the feeling Robin Lee Graham had in the novel, Dove
Note: background color not part of this shell-shaped item
16"x18")

Retail value: $450
Minimum bid: $30
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The Joy of Journey - Turtle Shell Series
(Beautiful magazine papers found on the NYC street, cardboard, glue and lots of love - Inspired by the feeling Robin Lee Graham had in the novel, Dove
Note: background color not part of this shell-shaped item
16"x18")

Retail value: $450
Minimum bid: $30
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The Wild Wondrous Encounters - Turtle Shell Series
(Beautiful magazine papers found on the NYC street, cardboard, glue and lots of love - Inspired by the feeling Robin Lee Graham had in the novel, Dove
Note: background color not part of this shell-shaped item
16"x18")

Retail value: $450
Minimum bid: $30 
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Still Standing WTC - New York Series
(Ink and watercolor - Published in the Japanese travel guide book Chikyu no Arukikata [Globe Trotter]
20"x16.5")

Retail value: $350
Minimum bid: $20
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Africa Comes to NYC - Lion King - New York Series
(Ink and watercolor - Published in the Japanese travel guide book Chikyu no Arukikata [Globe Trotter]
25.5"x18.5")

Retail value: $350
Minimum bid: $20
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A Whole World at Once - Met - New York Series
(Ink and watercolor - Published in the Japanese travel guide book Chikyu no Arukikata [Globe Trotter]
20.5"x16")

Retail value: $350
Minimum bid: $20



Spring Ride in Central Park - New York Series
(Ink and watercolor  - Published in the Japanese/English learning book Eigo Mimi & Eigo Shita [English Ears & English Tongue]
29"x22")

Retail value: $450
Minimum bid: $20
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Sinking City - New York Series
(Shredded dollars, a dollar, a penny, ink, watercolor and photocopied paper - This artwork depicts the greedy city of New York, which is sinking into the shredded money ocean and almost eaten by the huge fish which is made of money
22.5"x15")

Retail value: $350
Minimum bid: $20
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Seven - Lucky Moments - New York Series
(A flight ticket to NYC, pennies which I found on the street, NYC Subway map, omikuji, ink, pencil, paper - Let's talk about your lucky moments. Here is mine! The body shape I am making [I used to have a big Afro!] is the Japanese character for the number "seven," and some of you might be able to read the African symbols on my body. Wishing you many more luck moments today!
39.5"x29")

Retail value: $600
Minimum bid: $20
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1970s Panorama Celebration
(Set of four record covers bought at flea market in NYC, photos, acrylic paint, OHP papers, photocopied papers, ribbons - Celebrating all the wonderful people [such as John Lennon and Yoko Ono] and music from 1970s. You will see pictures of myself, printed email and a song's lyrics as well. Cheers!
69"x18")

Retail value: $650
Minimum bid: $20
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Sparkling IZZE Flower - Bottle series
(Watercolor, ink and photoshop - Perfect drink on a summer day
12"x15")

Retail value: 350
Minimum bid: $20
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Fly to Amazon Sambazon - Bottle series
(Watercolor, ink and photoshop - Vitamin C boost in the Amazon
12'x15")

Retail value: 350
Minimum bid: $20
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Moose
(Oil paint on round canvas - Portrait of a dog "Moose" I played with in Florida. Moose is big and strong, yet gentle.
20"x20")

Retail value: $800
Minimum bid: $50
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Man Woman
(Oil paint - Self-portrait, having a part woman, part man, and flying freely!
20"x24")

Retail value: $500
Minimum bid: $30



Gave Him a Cherry
(Acrylic paint - Captured live, a portrait of an adorable squirrel who is enjoying a cherry I gave him in Central Park, NYC
17"x22")

Retail value: $350
Minimum bid: $30
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Japanese Energy - I Am Passion
(Watercolor, paper, record covers from a flea market in New York City - Celebrating Japan and its passionate energy. More positive energy for Japan!
24"x18")

Retail value: $600
Minimum bid: $20
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New York Jungle
(Ink, watercolor and acrylic paint - This is dedicated to the homeless people who live strongly on the streets of NYC. One time I interviewed a homeless guy and he said he could earn $100 a day sometimes by selling things he finds on the streets. They can find almost anything on the NY streets. I used to find pretty wooden chairs and collage materials as well.
75"x39")

Retail value: $2,000
Minimum bid: $30
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George Bush's Nose
(Ink and watercolor - Political piece
16"x19")

Retail value: $350
Minimum bid: $10
Sold

 To bid prior to the auction start, send e-mail to tsunamiartauction@gmail.com

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