Miki NAGASAKI

Born 1986 in Aichi Prefecture, Nagasaki has among other works created the "Aa-chan" series, centering on the theme of 'kawaii' – cuteness. In 2011, she won the Grand Prix of the "Wood-carving Folk Art Ooya" competition, held in Hyogo Prefecture.

In 2014, Nagasaki showed the "Aa-chan" series at GEISAI #20 (Tokyo Ryutsu Center), which garnered her the first position in point ranking. She also creates the color application for Takeshi Haguri's wood sculptures.

 


"Swimming Aa‐chan"

2009
Jelutong
H4.5cm
Signed

"Blustering Aa‐chan"

2009
Jelutong
H4.0cm
Signed

"Lion Dance Aa‐chan"
(with lion dance gear)

2012
Camphor
H5.0cm
Signed

 


Series "Pooping Aachan"
(set of 3, each with a commode)
: 'Argh!' 'Hmm...Let’s see' 'Stinky!'
2012
Camphor
H5.5cm, 6.5cm, 5.5cm
Signed on board

Series "Rising Aachan"
(set of 4)
: 'One' 'Two' 'Three' '...Four'
2013
Camphor
H4.5cm, 5.5cm, 6.0cm, 3.0cm
Signed

"Moon‐viewing Aachan"
(with pounder and mortar)

2013
Camphor
H9.0cm
Signed

 


"Oops?"

2014
Camphor
H5.5cm
Signed

"Teddy Bear!"

2014
Camphor
H5.5cm
Signed

"It’s his Fault"

2014
Camphor
H5.0cm
Signed

 


"Tap, Tap"

2014
Camphor
H5.0cm
Signed
SOLD

"Kintaro‐dressed Aachan"
(with an ax)

2014
Camphor
H5.5cm
Signed
SOLD

"Picky, Picky"

2015
Camphor
H5.0cm
Signed
SOLD

 

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