Miho Morinoue is an acclaimed dancer and a visual artist and teacher. As a member of the Complexions Contemporary Ballet Company she performed extensively in the United States and Europe. As a visual artist, she collaborated on numerous projects, designing costumes and setting ballets for Complexions, the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Oakland Ballet, Philadelphia Ballet and many others. She has shown her paintings in Hawaii, New York and Seattle.
Morinoue completed her first lithograph “The Cove” at Shark’s in 2006.
Her most recent print Deluvium or deluge is a large-scale lithograph depicting a scene where myth and reality co-exist and co-mingle in the moments preceding a great cleanse. Both dark and whimsical, the narrative explores the relationship between human beliefs and civilization as they relate to the enveloping force of nature that sustains or destroys them
Her prints are in the collections of the Library of Congress, DC and the Whitney Museum of American Art, NY.
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