Dividing (Glyph #39)

by Naoko Fujimoto


One of a kind original artwork, as featured in Naoko Fujimoto’s sensational collection, Glyph: Graphic Poetry=Trans. Sensory.

  • Found materials and ink on watercolor paper

1 in stock

‘“Trans.” has two meanings — Translate & Transport’

“Art and poetry should have creative freedom; however, too much randomness may confuse audiences and dilute the art.

Materials should support its own theme and project. The smoothness or roughness of a particular fabric may change the way you present certain emotions with it. It is the same with everything from paint type, brush tips, pencils, plastics, photos, pictures, and anything else you use in the creation process.”

—Naoko Fujimoto

Naoko Fujimoto
Naoko Fujimoto

Naoko Fujimoto was born and raised in Nagoya, Japan. She studied at Nanzan Junior College and received BA and Master’s degrees from Indiana University. Her poetry collections include Where I Was Born (Willow Books 2019), and three chapbooks: Mother Said, I Want Your Pain (Backbone Press 2018), Silver Seasons of Heartache (Glass Lyre Press 2017), and Home, No Home (Educe Press 2016). naokofujimoto.com

Additional information

Weight 0.5 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 18 in