I am creating the slices of life scenes. They are from my memories or imaginations.
Cloud in the sky which I looked above during a walk, glimpsed evening glow between buildings, street corners on the trip. All of the momentary scenes are my View Collection.
I also like to draw portrait of plants. I think that everything such as a plant, a bicycle and a cloud has feelings. I try to keep these scenes with atmosphere.
I employed printmaking to visualize my collection. There are many processes to finish a print, however I love even complicated process and its indirect way.Using primary color, such as yellow, red and blue on each plate, gradually get completed image and harmony in color.
Making lithographs became my life work. I would like viewers to feel like just on my point of view and make them happy through my art.
|1987||BFA in Illustration, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY|
|1983||BFA in Industrial, Interior and Craft Design Musashino Art University, Tokyo, Japan|
|2000||Twenty-Third Small Works , 80 Washington Square Gallery, New York, NY|
|1997||Motion in Picture , Art Directors Club, New York, NY|
Solo Exhibitions including two-person show:
|2019||Minako Ito Prints Exhibition, Art Connect Yokohama, Japan|
|2018||View Collection III, Ceres Gallery, NY|
|2017||Prints Exhibition, Art Connect Yokohama, Japan|
|2016||breeze, Ceres Gallery, NY|
|2014||Greetings, Ceres Gallery, NY|
|2013||Project on the road, Seoul, Korea|
|2012||My Favorite, Ceres Gallery, NY|
|2011||My Favorite, Gallery Dazzle, Tokyo, Japan|
|2010||Window Plus, Ceres Gallery, NY |
Prints Exhibition, minart*, Tokyo
|2009||Drypoint Exhibition , Bar Last Chance, Tokyo|
|2008||View Collection II, Ceres Gallery, NY|
|2015||Yokohama City Gallery, Yokohama, Japan|
|2003 – 2008||Gallery OM, Shin Yokohama, Kanagawa|
|2004||Spring Prints Fair, Susie’s Card & Antique, Kamakura, Kanagawa|
|2001||Space Odyssey, Ceres Gallery, New York, NY|
Citicorp Building, Long Island City, NY
|2000||Asian Artist Show, Federal Building, Jamaica, NY|
|1998||Hallelujah, Ceres Gallery, New York, NY|
|The New York Public Library|