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Her work was shown at the Katonah Museum where she was selected for "All of a Piece" juried by Robert Storr, curator at the Museum of Modern Art, NY. Over 1000 pieces were submitted: 51 were selected for the show, including Miko's collage piece. Miko has shown in galleries in New York City and all around the country, including a two person show at the Hammond Museum, NY. Miko's recent work, which is uniquely her own, evolves around abstract figures, which suggest spiritual and mystical aspects. Many of her collage paintings (on canvas) use organic materials, including paper, fabric and ink as well as paint. These collage paintings have developed slowly through intense hours of concentration. The result is at times compulsive, contemplative, and at other times loose and flowing. Miko says, "The drive to create is extremely complex, and the process of creation can be unclear until the work is finished."
Miko Goodnough was born in Japan. She came to the United States to study at the Fashion Institute of Technology, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude, and later at SUNY Purchase where she graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Arts, Cum Laude. She continued on at New York University where she received a Masters in Fine Arts.