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Haruko Nagata hopes that her viewers feel the vitality of flowers, its transient life, and its invisible breathing. She studied sculpture under Hiromori Kuwahara at Joshibi University of Art and Design. He taught her not only about sculpture but also about Japanese culture as a whole. Also, her teacher advised her to practice painting, and this was the beginning of her painting career. The knowledge and skills she learned from sculpture help to construct spatial perception in her paintings. She paints her works as if she is breathing with flowers, which allows her to experience the smell, sounds, temperature, colors, and existence of the flowers. Nagata is attempting to leave an impression on the viewers that we are all alive.
1995 "Haruko Nagata Drawings Exhibition" Shibuya Tokyu Toyoko (Tokyo)
2010 "Nagata Haruko Exhibition - in bloom" Ginza Gallery Joshibi, Tokyo
2015 "Spring: Nagata Haruko Exhibition" INOAC Ginza Namiki-dori Gallery, Tokyo
2016 "Haruko Nagata Exhibition - Spring has come -" CORNFIERD Fujieda, Fujieda, Japan
Blooming Haruko Nagata" Kaisu, Tokyo, Japan
2017 "Haruko Nagata Exhibition - In the place where I breathe -" Shimada City Museum Annex/Japanese House, Shimada, Japan
Exhibition "Haruko Nagata - With Thoughts on the Glittering Holy Night", CORNFIERD Fujieda, Fujieda, Japan
Haruko Nagata Exhibition," INOAC Ginza Namiki-dori Gallery, Tokyo
Honors received Awards:
2001 The 41st Shizuoka Prefecture Art Festival Art Exhibition "Premonition" Art Festival Prize (Encouragement Prize in 2000)
2002 "Farewell in the Morning" (written by Mitsuko Ohno, Poplar Publishing Co., Ltd.), won the Sankei Juvenile Literature Publishing Culture Award for painting.