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Gigei no Tomo [ 技藝乃友]      Japanese culture are always inspired by nature.  Living in wooden paper house in the nature is the style of life.  We love and respect the plants and animals , moon and woter falls .  use these elements for the interior , product , cloth , design .  These are old Japanese design books mid 19th century , Meiji period , lithograph prints.

Gigei no Tomo [ 技藝乃友] Japanese design books mid century , Meiji period

Mizar (crazy peach), 2015, acrylic on polyester, 185 x 153 cm | KIRRA JAMISON

‘Morning Glory’, acrylic on polyester, 198 x from Kirra’s latest exhibition Drink, Salt, Moon at Sophie Gannon Gallery.

Art by Kirra Jamison. Love me two times 4, 2011 gouache, ink, pen and vinyl on paper. 76 x 56 cm. http://kirrajamison.wordpress.com

Love me two times - Kirra Jamison Love me two times 2011 gouache, ink, pen and vinyl on paper 76 x 56 cm.

Sophie Gannon Gallery is dedicated to representing the finest Australian contemporary art, including Cressida Campbell, Claudia Damichi, Paul Davies, Julia deVille, Emily Ferretti, Nicholas Harding, Philip Hunter, Kirra Jamison, Danie Mellor, Vera Möller, Michael Muir, John Nicholson, Selina Ou, Adam Pyett, Leslie Rice, Monica Rohan, Huseyin Sami, Martin Smith, Sarah Smuts-Kennedy, Judith Wright and the Estate of Gwyn Hanssen Pigott.

Sophie Gannon Gallery is dedicated to representing the finest Australian contemporary art, including Cressida Campbell, Claudia Damichi, Paul Davies, Julia deVille, Emily Ferretti, Nicholas Harding, Philip Hunter, Kirra Jamison, Danie Mellor, Vera Möller, Michael Muir, John Nicholson, Selina Ou, Adam Pyett, Leslie Rice, Monica Rohan, Huseyin Sami, Martin Smith, Sarah Smuts-Kennedy, Judith Wright and the Estate of Gwyn Hanssen Pigott.

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