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Miya creates her signature mandalas with Bodhi leaves, symbols of the sacred Bodhi tree under which the Buddha first achieved Nirvana. By combining the mandala's cosmic geometry with these sacred leaves, Miya reinforces the spiritualism of the universe.
New York, NY
Miya Ando is a conceptual artist whose Japanese lineage and Buddhist upbringing resonate throughout her creative practice. Half Japanese and half Russian-American, Miya is a descendant of ancient Bizen sword makers and spent part of her childhood in a Buddhist temple in Japan, as well as on 25 acres of redwood forest in coastal Northern California. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in East Asian Studies before continuing her education at Yale University and apprenticing with a master metalsmith in Japan.