Hiromi Moneyhun


Hiromi Mizugai Moneyhun is a papercut artist. Born and raised in Japan's ancient capital of Kyoto, she moved to Jacksonville in 2004. Hiromi has been mentioned in every major publication in the Jacksonville area, including its largest newspaper, the Florida Times Union. She has been featured in Huffington Post and was the subject of an episode of a syndicated Japanese television show. Moneyhun was awarded a show in 2022 at the Orlando Museum of Art, as a participant in The Florida Prize in Contemporary Art, one of only ten artists invited. Her work has been exhibited throughout Florida in group and solo shows, as well as in New York and London. Hiromi began drawing at a young age, and by her teen years had developed a style of her own. With no formal art training, she has evolved a unique, homegrown artistic voice that combines traditional Japanese visual art forms with the super-modernity of Japan’s biggest cities. Hiromi’s three-dimensional cut paper pieces are the result of a multistep process that generates an art that is at once amusingly lighthearted and startlingly alive. Her pieces invite the viewer in; indeed, one feels compelled to reach out and touch the images. Like all great masters' works, Hiromi’s pieces are best appreciated when viewed in person.


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October 10, 2022
March 24, 2023

Collectors Series

Marcus Kenney

Sheila Goloborotko

Betsy Cain

Susan Hable

Hiromi Moneyhun

Rotating series of works from Florida Mining artists. Shown here: Works by Elise Thompson, Ashley Woodson Bailey, and Marcus Kenney, at Fashion Group International event featuring Miami designers QueenJeaneen and Yesdnilco.