Nana Shiomi makes contemporary woodcut prints, often using traditional Japanese icons. Her woodcut printing technique is based on the traditional Japanese way of printing. She studied at Tama Art University, Tokyo and the Royal College of Art, London. Shiomi is an elected member of RE, the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers and Japan Artists Association Inc. She lives and works in London.
Series: Sixty Years
Signature: Signature, Title and Edition Number on front.
Image rights: Rabley Gallery and the artist.
2017, Rabley Drawing Center, ‘This Side and the Other Side’. Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London; Daiwa Foundation Japan House, London; Oriental Museum, Durham, UK; National Museum in Helsinki, Finland; Public Collections - Victoria & Albert Museum; Royal College of Art; Ashmolean Museum, Oxford; Oriental Museum, Durham; Tama Art University, Tokyo; Bronx Museum of Arts, USA.
2017- This Side and the Other Side, Nana Shiomi, Woodcuts 1996 – 2016 by Meryl Ainslie and Nana Shiomi, Rabley Drawing Centre, Marlborough, UK (ISBN 978-0-9926817-4-6).2010 - Looking into the Mirror Pond, Nana Shiomi, London.2010 - Impressive - Printmaking, Letterpress & Graphic Design, by Gestalten, Berlin (ISBN978-3-89955-288-1).2010 - Printmaking - A Contemporary Perspective, by Paul Coldwell, Black Dog Publishing, London (ISBN:978-1-906155-43-8).2009 - Northern Print Biennale 2009 Print Awards, Catalogue (ISBN:978-0- 9555846-4-0).2009 - Printmakers’ secrets, by Anthony Dyson, A&C Black, London (ISBN:978-0- 7136-8911-2).
Rabley Contemporary and the artist.