Sui Getsu Ka [Water Moon Flower] Grid
Hand-Dyed, Anodized Aluminum Paintings for upcoming solo exhibition “Mujo” [Impermanence] at Sundaram Tagore Gallery, NYC
“Sui Getsu Ka” [Water Moon Flower] are the words spoken by Zen Monks to Monks who have completed Zen Training. Like the reflection of flowers on moonlit water, all things are temporal- Miya Ando

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MIYA ANDO

Half Japanese, Half Russian-American Artist, raised by Sword smith-turned Buddhist Priests in Japan & Coastal Northern California. Based in New York.
www.miyaando.com
"In my work, I create quiet, abstract, meditative environments. Ultimately I am interested in the study of subtraction to the point of purity, simplicity and refinement." - Miya Ando
美夜 安籐

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