Touch of Light IV

Touch of Light IV

  • Description
    Mio Akashi captures a stillness created by light and shadow in a linear composition cast across the narrow entrance of the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas. Part of her Touch of Light series, Akashi explores the material nature of light and shadow to shape and define spaces. Akashi uses a wide range of methods for her large-scale architectural prints, from traditional film photography to 19th century processes paired with a 21st century digital approach.
  • Details
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    • Artwork Location:
      Chicago, Illinois
    • Commissioned pieces available. Lead time: 2 weeks
    • Available works ship within 2-4 weeks.
    • All artwork is final sale.

  • Overall Dimensions
    Dimensions: 36w | 36h in
    Framed Dimensions: 37.5w | 2d | 37.5h in
  • Installation Notes
    When moving the artwork, provide support from the back of the piece rather than gripping or pressing on the front. Lift the piece using both hands, supporting it evenly from the sides or corners. If transporting the artwork, consider using protective coverings such as bubble wrap or cardboard to shield it from bumps and scratches.
    Assembly Required: No
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Mio Akashi Fine Art for HOLLY HUNT


Mio Akashi

Mio Akashi draws inspiration from the essence of “awai,” capturing meaningful passages through photography that highlight the beauty of architectural elements, distinctive trees and untouched landscapes. Akashi skillfully uses light and shadow to evoke a sense of connection with the subjects, emphasizing the importance of being in the right moment and place as part of the artistic process.

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