Hiromi Oikawa is a NY base painter and visual artist.
She was born in Tokyo, Japan where she studied at the Nihon University College of Art, receiving her BFA.
She moved to New York and studied fine art at The Art Students League.
Her passion is to draw and paint the human figure and emotions.
10th Anti-Nuke Power Art Exhibition, West Orange Public Library, NJ
Love, Friends and Family, Group Exhibition, JIC gallery, New York, NY
Bless and Save, Hazuki salon, New York, NY
3-Person Exhibition, Miwa Alex, New York, NY
BlackLamb – International Group Exhibition, Antwerp, Belgium
BlackLamb – International Group Exhibition, Mecheren, Belgium
We Are One – Group Exhibition, Japan at Gallery 61, New York Institute of Technology, New York, NY
Art For Japan – Group Exhibition, Studio 57 Fine Arts, New York, NY
Group Exhibition, Ecxy, New York, NY
2-Person Exhibition, Lotus Salon, New York, NY
6-Person Exhibition, Lotus Salon, New York, NY
Group Exhibition, Lyons Wier Gallery, New York, NY
Art After 911 – Group Exhibition, Kumono Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Be and Being – 3-Person Exhibition, Kumono Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Group Exhibition, The International Center, New York, NY
West of Seventh – Group Exhibition, Doma, New York, NY
The 1 International Drawing Competition 1999/2000, Warsaw, Poland
Group Exhibition, The Williamsburg Art and Historical Society, Brooklyn, NY
Group Exhibition, The Cork Gallery at The Lincoln Center, New York, NY
Woodhull Medical Center Brooklyn
Nihon University College of Art, Bachelor Degree of Fine Arts ( Tokyo, Japan )
The Art Students League of New York
Recipient of Merit Scholarship, The Art Students League