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Maki describes herself as a cross-cultural artist. She utilizes her endless imagination to conceive art that transports the viewer into her magical world. She draws inspiration from multiple cultures, including her own Japanese culture, and uses mixed mediums (computer, tablet, pencil, oil, pastel, water colour, etc.) to create pieces that have meaning and express a respect for life and nature as taught by Shintoism. Maki’s versatility is endless, as shown below; she is able to create traditional Japanese art and Japanese art blended with modern/non-Japanese elements. Her other genera: contemporary, fantasy, and balloon art have commercial appeal enabling her to do graphic design, design editing, illustration, computer graphics and crafts for several prefectures and cities in Japan.
Maki Schmok

Maki Schmok

Multidisciplinary Artist - Japanese Cross Cultural, Contemporary, Fantasy, & Balloon Art

Maki describes herself as a cross-cultural artist. She utilizes her endless imagination to conceive art that creates a magical environment for the viewer to experience. She draws inspiration from multiple cultures, including her own Japanese culture, and uses mixed mediums (computer, tablet, pencil, oil, pastel, water colour, etc.) to create pieces that have meaning and express a respect for life and nature as taught by Shintoism. Maki’s versatility is endless, as shown below; she is able to create traditional Japanese art and Japanese art blended with modern/non-Japanese elements. Her other genera: contemporary, fantasy, and balloon art have commercial appeal enabling her to do graphic design, design editing, illustration, computer graphics and crafts for several prefectures and cities in Japan. Maki also worked with a wide range of distinguished advertising and printing companies in Japan and her balloon art has been displayed in prominent commercial locations. In addition, she received the honour of her scroll of Kifune Jinja being put on display in the actual shrine in Kyoto.
 

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