Collage painting
24 x 36"


Water Lily
Collage painting
22 x 28"

A Woman in a Trance
Collage painting
19 x 16"


Paper collage and ink on canvas
19 x 16" (framed)


Paper Collage #7
Paper collage
26 x 30"




Group Art Exhibitions

~Stamford Museum and Nature Center, New Art Annual 2000, A Winner of PMW Gallery Award in memory of Dorothy Mayhall. Stamford, Connecticut 2000
~An Alternative Space for Contemporary Art, The Studio, Armonk, N.Y. 1999
~Westchester Arts Council, Open Studios, White Plains, N.Y. 1999
~Northern Westchester for the Arts, Observations, Mt. Kisco, N.Y. (Juried by Judy Collischan, Associate Curatorial Director at Neuberger Museum of Art) 1999
~Katonah Museum of Art, Juried Exhibition (Juried by Harry Philbrick, Director and Richard Klein, Assistant Director of the Aldrich Museum) 1999
~Northern Westchester Center for the Arts, Art of Woman, Mt. Kisco, N.Y. 1999
~Katonah Museum of Art, Art As Spectacle, Katonah. N.Y. 1998
~Northern Westchester for the Arts, Mt. Kisco, N.Y. (Two person show) 1997
~The Museum Gallery, White Plains Public Library, White Plains, N.Y. (Two person show ) 1996
~The Woman's Club of Pocantico Hills, North Tarrytown, N.Y. 1996
~The Cabrini Art Gallery, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. 1996
~Katonah Museum of Art, All of A Piece, Tri-State Juried Exhibition, Katona, N.Y. 1995 (Juried by Robert Storr, Curator of The Museum of Modern Art, New York City)
~The National Arts Club, New York, N.Y. 1986
~Bergen Museum of Art & Science, Paramus, N.J. 1985
~Klonaridis Gallery, New York, N.Y. 1983
~Lincoln Center Art Gallery, New York, N.Y. 1982
~Modern Master Tapestries, New York, N.Y. 1981

Individual Exhibitions

~Mount Pleasant Public Library Gallery, Pleasantville, N.Y. 1992
~Tirca Karlis Gallery, Provincetown, Mass. 1980-85
~Chinoh Art Gallery, New York, N.Y. 1983
~Chemical Bank Exhibit, New York, N.Y. 1980

In Published Works

~Review by Vivien Raynor, The New York Times, 1996
~Review by GG Kopilak, Katonah Museum Newsletter, 1996
~The Collage Handbook, by John & Joan Digby (Thames and Hudson, 1985)
~Collage The State of the Art, Bergen County Museum of Art and Science, 1985
~The Advocate Summer Guide, Provincetown, Mass, 1980

About the artist

Miko was born in Japan. She came to America, became a citizen and continued her interest in art. She studied at Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, graduating Summa Cum Laude, and later at SUNY, Purchase where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree, Cum Laude. She continued her studies at New York University where she graduated with a Master's Degree in Art.

Her work has been shown at Katonah museum where she was selected for a juried show called "All of a Piece" at Katonah Museum (juried by Robert Storr, Curator, Department of painting and sculpture, Museum of Modern Art, New York City). Over 1,000 pieces of work were submitted; 51 pieces were selected for the show, including Miko's collage. Miko has shown her art work in art galleries in New York City and around the country.

Miko's recent work, which is uniquely her own, evolves around abstract figures which suggest spiritual and mystical aspects. Many of her collages use organic materials, including paper and ink, as well as paint. These collages have evolved slowly, through intense hours of concentration; cutting papers with scissors, working one collage at a time. The result is at times compulsive, contemplative. Miko says, "The drive to create is extremely complex and the process of creation can be unclear until the work is finished."

Her studio is located in Westchester County in New York State.

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