Harumi Yukawa started calligraphy as early childhood. She was apprenticed to Sanshu Uemura who was a master of Japanese calligraphy in Japan.
After earning traditional calligraphy instructor's licence, she embarked on the journey to broaden her art experience in the United States. She received an associate degree from City College of San Francisco and transferred to the University of California, Berkeley to acquire further education. Taking charcoal drawing classes in the early years, Yukawa was able to gain a deeper understanding of the empty space created by the black and white compositions of calligraphy. Her years in a color dynamics class eventually led her to become interested in watercolor paintings.
Even amongst her experienced mentors, she thrived and showed her spirit to grow as an artist and as a human being. She graduated from UC Berkeley, Department of Art Practice with honors and was selected as a notable new artist by The window of Arts 2016 in Japan.
* Haru & Sun Watercolor exhibition at Ehrismann Residence in Yokohama.
*Solo exhibition at Kian Art Gallery in Tokyo.
*Watercolor exhibition at Fukurou-Mori Gallery.
*Solo exhibition at Gallery DaDa in Yokohama Sogo.
*「Rising from the East-Aesthetics of Japan」group exhibition, Sway Gallery,London Nov.26~30, 2018
*Ebi-Omo Exhibition at Gallery Hiroshige, Tokyo, Dec.12~16,2018
*Hiroshige Gallery,Tokyo. Nov.,2019
*JCAT Group exhibition at Noho M55 Gallery NY, Feb.2020
She lives in Japan, loves traditional tea ceremony to practice, and currently teaches a drawing class as her life work.
*２０１４ 二人展 横浜市山手エリスマン邸。
*２０１６東京自由が丘Kian Art Gallery 個展。
*２０１８ロンドン Sway Gallery
「Rising from the East,Aesthetics of Japan」
*２０２０ Noho M55 Gallery NY
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