Keiko M. H. was born in Japan. Because of the movies and music, she was fond of during high school, she dreamed of flying to the United States. Her dream came to fruition at the age of 20. Her love of oil painting was solidified while studying English as a second language at SUNY New Paltz, where she ultimately completed her bachelor’s degree in visual art. She restated painting in 2020 with oil paints and several media after marrying and raising her children.
16 June – 23 July 2023: Galeria Azur Art Exhibition in New York
19 May – 21 June 2023: 32nd Regional Juried Art Show in Cooperstown, NY
29 April 2023 – 7 May 2023: The Jericho Arts Council 2023 Annual Fine Art Show in Bainbridge, NY – Upcoming
17 April 2023 – 26 April 2023: Digital Exhibit at Artboxy. Project in NY
28 December 2022 – 10 January 2023: Group Digital Exhibition at CASA MILA’ LA PEDRERA GAUDI RM in Barcelona
28 July 2022 – 04 August 2022: Group Digital Exhibition in Italy and Sapin.
15 July 2022 – 16 July 2022: The Southern Tire Art Contest in Afton, NY
July 2022 – Sidney Center Blooms Mural Panels in Sidney Center, NY
May 2022 – Regatta Row in Bainbridge, NY
30 April 2022 – 07 May 2022: The Jericho Arts Council 2022 Anual Fine Arts Show in Bainbridge, NY
23 April 2022: One Night Solo Exhibition in Bainbridge, NY
May 2021 – Regatta Row in Bainbridge, NY
May 2020 – Regatta Row in Bainbridge, NY
July 2022: The Best of Show at the Southern Tire Art Contest in Afton, NY
April 2022: The Best of Show at the Jericho Arts Council Annual Fine Arts Show in Bainbridge, NY
Spring 2022: The Award of Excellence at Regatta Row 2022 at Bainbridge, NY
Spring 2021 The Award of Excellence at Regatta Row 2021 at Bainbridge, NY
My first exhibition visit was to impressionist paintings by Frenchman Claude Monet. I was immensely inspired and influenced by his works.
My paintings express the relationship between warm light and complex spaces. The style of my works is constructed with abstraction and realism.
I hope my pieces give you a moment of happiness in your life as much as Monet’s paintings do for me.