Haruko Nakaune lives in Yokohama and is an associate professor at the Faculty of Child Life, Utsunomiya Kyowa University.
In 1974 he graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, Department of Japanese Painting.
After graduating from the Department of Conservation and Restoration Technology at Tokyo University of the Arts in 1976, he participated in copying projects such as the National Treasure Den Shingonin Mandala, the National Museum of History and Folklore Kuranan Barbarian, and the National Treasure Landscape Screen.
From 1985 to 1997, he participated in the Zuiganji Fusuma painting and restoration copying project in Matsushima, Miyagi Prefecture. In 1998, he participated in group exhibitions such as "Irohokai" and "Buddhist modeling exhibition".
1999-2011 Held "Two Japanese Paintings Exhibition" (Tokyo, Yokohama, Numazu, Osaka) with her husband Tsuneo Nakaune.
2011 Two-person exhibition held to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the opening of the Susono Citizens' Culture Center.
2001-2012 Introducing onomatopoeia mimicry with illustrations in the Japan Times "Wordplay" corner. She published a book "Hirahirakirari" that summarizes this content from Fuzambo International.
With the eldest son of a severely disabled child in mind, she raises and works for three children in collaboration with her husband, who was a classmate at her college. After she lost her eldest son at the age of 17, she turned into an elementary school arts and crafts teacher, reaffirming the joy of her art. After that, she teaches at childcare colleges and junior colleges. She is currently working as a representative director of an NPO corporation.
【For Giclee production】
"The children, who I thought were still small, quickly overtook me.
Where have the facial expressions, gestures, and movements they were showing until recently? I would like to at least keep in the picture their childhood figures that warm my heart. ”