Maiko - original oil pastel portrait of a maiko
2 years ago - By Hackberry Street Studio
I love drawing geisha and maiko. This interest began with a drawing group I attended years ago where there was a model from Japan who often dressed in a kimono when she came to pose for us. Just about everything they wear and do means something - it's fascinating to me, so sometimes I go through my old drawings and find something I'd like to take a little further. This drawing is on 12 x 9" Pastel Premier. Thanks for looking!
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