Miniature Garden: Trace
Pigmented, over beaten bleached abaca with watermark
15 x 18 inches
Printed by The Brodsky Center: 2007
Edition of 20
Nami Yamamoto uses art as a method for scientific investigation of the surrounding world. Drawing on both manmade and natural objects, Yamamoto seeks resolution in the form of drawings and installations presented in an ordered aesthetic. Yamamoto is currently an Adjunct Professor at Philadelphia University.
Yamamoto’s awards and residencies include the Takihuji Art Award, the Pola Art Foundation Award, a Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA Grant Award, two Individual Creative Artist Fellowships from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a residency at the Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia, an Independence Foundation Fellowship in the Arts, and a Pew Fellowship in the Arts. Her work has been exhibited widely in Philadelphia at venues including Vox Populi Gallery, Gallery at PECO, Power Plant Studios, Fleisher/Ollman Gallery, Liao Collection, the Philadelphia Art Alliance, and the Painted Bride Art Center. She has also exhibited nationally and internationally in Nagoya and Aichi, Japan; Siegen, Germany; New York, NY; Baltimore, MD; Shelburne, VT; and Berkeley, CA.