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Preview: Junko Mizuno’s “Euphoria” at La Luz de Jesus

Junko Mizuno (Hi-Fructose Vol. 23 cover artist) has a solo show coming up at La Luz de Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles fittingly titled "Euphoria." Brightly colored and patterned goddess-like female characters exude positive energy and playful sexuality. Making ornaments out of the human body, Mizuno creates compositions similar to depictions of Hindu deities for this show, using objects and elements of the anatomy to create eye-catching patterns that provide a home for her abstract temptresses. "Euphoria" opens January 4 and runs through January 27. Take a look at some preview images courtesy of La Luz de Jesus after the jump.

Junko Mizuno (Hi-Fructose Vol. 23 cover artist) has a solo show coming up at La Luz de Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles fittingly titled “Euphoria.” Brightly colored and patterned goddess-like female characters exude positive energy and playful sexuality. Making ornaments out of the human body, Mizuno creates compositions similar to depictions of Hindu deities for this show, using objects and elements of the anatomy to create eye-catching patterns that provide a home for her abstract temptresses. “Euphoria” opens January 4 and runs through January 27. Take a look at some preview images courtesy of La Luz de Jesus below.

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