SEIKO TACHIBANA

Seiko Tachibana’s intaglio prints explore the sources of life, human experience and memory. Born in Osaka, Japan in 1964, Tachibana moved to the Bay Area and has been living there for more than ten years. She completed her MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1995. She currently lives and works in the Bay Area. Her distinctive, poetic imagery “balances Asian tradition with minimalist modernity.” In the U.S., Tachibana’s work can be found in the Los Angeles County Museum, the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the California Palace of the Legion of Honor in San Francisco, and the Portland Art Museum.

Recent inventory Added July-September 2013

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    Fern-4a, 2013

    Carborundum and intaglio. Edition 25.
    22 x 19 inches.
    $700
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    Fern-4b, 2013

    Carborundum and intaglio. Edition 25.
    22 x 19 inches.
    $700
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    Fern-7a, 2013

    Carborundum and intaglio. Edition 25.
    22 x 19 inches.
    $700
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    Fern-12, 2013

    Carborundum and intaglio. Edition 25.
    22 x 19 inches.
    $700
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    Fern-22, 2013

    Carborundum and intaglio. Edition 25.
    22 x 19 inches.
    $700
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    Fern-23, 2013

    Carborundum and intaglio. Edition 25.
    22 x 19 inches.
    $700
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    Fern - 21, 2012

    Intaglio. 1/25.
    12 x 12 inches.
    SOLD

Origins

Gallery exhibition from June 8-30, 2012

Additional Available Work