Seiko Tachibana Signed 2001 “Pavement Evidence-Existence #1” Acrylic on Panel


A 2001 abstract acrylic on Japanese paper and panel titled, Pavement Evidence-Existence #1 by Japanese-American artist Seiko Tachibana. The framed painting features orange dots and vertical drips against a painterly neutral patchwork background. The painting is signed verso and displayed in a wooden frame.
From Tachibana's website:
Seiko Tachibana was born in Japan and completed her Masters of Art Education at Kobe University, Japan. She received an MFA from San Francisco Art Institute, and has since received many awards including Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation Award. She has been living and working in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her distinctive work balances Asian tradition with minimalist modernity. Tachibana’s work has shown internationally also can be found in the Los Angeles County Museum, Fine Art Museums of San Francisco the Legion of the Honor, Portland Art Museum as well as a number of other museums, institutions and individual collections throughout USA, Europe and Japan.



23.5” x 23.5” x 2.5” (framed); 22” x 22” (work).

Condition notes:

Some loss of paint to the painting surface. Overall age appropriate marks, scuffs and scratches to the frame. 

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