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    Meech Miyagi

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    Meech Miyagi is a sculptor who expresses observations of nature and explores established constructs of society. Miyagi, weaves copper wire into forms that resemble the mechanism of bacterial colonies. A bacterial colony operates in a symbiotic relationship, one that relies on a beneficial or detrimental exchange. Metaphorically, these studies represent the creation, effect, and role of belief systems from around the world.

    A native of Sacramento, Meech Miyagi earned his MA from Sacramento State. In addition to exhibiting across the Sacramento region, Miyagi has shown in San Francisco and Philadelphia. His recent work can be viewed at Shimo Gallery and Robert Matsui Gallery in Sacramento City Hall through October and December respectively. Currently Miyagi is an adjunct faculty instructor at California State University, Sacramento and resides on his ranch and studio in Auburn, California.

    At Sac State, Meech has taught a variety of courses, including Art 50 "Beginning Ceramics", Art 86 "Clay Sculpture", and Art 133 "Elementary School Art Education".