"Flower Fairy Flower Man"

From November 12, 2021 (Friday) to March 14, 2022 (Monday) Umeda umekita Outer Garden SQUARE, Osaka


It is said that a flower fairy called “Flower Man” is surely growing from the earth called “Osaka”. His arms are slides that both children and adults can slide on. The palm of your hand is a bench that can be held by Flowerman.
It is a fairy who came out of the earth.

I hope that everyone who visits will feel like being embraced by the earth in the palm of Flowerman and be healed.
At the same time, I hope that it will be an opportunity to remind us of our love for nature in urban areas where development is progressing.
We are part of the earth’s nature. I’m just borrowing it.
We must not destroy nature and the earth in our own way.

I drew 30 kinds of flowers on the body of “Flower Man”. All of the flowers have in common the weeds that bloom in the field. Strong flowers that grow even if they are stepped on. You can find it if you observe it on the roadside. We want children to be strong, strong, and grow up in any environment, and to continue to have compassion for the weak, gratitude and respect for nature.


Big Pictures 2021

March 16 – April 4, 2021 / Daikanyama HILLSIDE TERRACE / HILLSIDE FORUM

Photo: Kenji Takahashi




16th July – 5th Sep, 2021
Tokyo Midtown, Japan
Galleria 1・2・3 Floor
The colorful works  “SUMMER ART ZOO”.
If you travel around the building and find auspicious hidden animals or animals in mythology,
it’s up to you to cut them out with your camera.

new world for you!(2021)

9th April  – 18th April, 2021

ELLIE OMIYA : “New World For You! ” (2021) 
Seibu Shibuya, B-8F

Ellie Omiya has painted 111 new works, including healing jungles, cuddly flowers and grasses, resorts that make you feel refreshed, and vivid fruits, to cheer people up from their blocked-up moods.

These, along with about 50 of her older works and 13 pieces of art furniture produced at the Milano Salone, the world’s largest trade fair, make up a total of about 200 pieces on display on the 8th floor of the B building of the Seibu Shibuya Store.The exhibition consists of the following five themes.

Flowers and grasses of Inujima Island in the Seto Inland Sea as a motif,
“Flowers and grasses to cuddle up to beautiful days,” inspired by a happy picnic of a married couple.
Widow’s House” inspired by Veuve Clicquot, who became a widow at the age of 17.
Amami Jungle”, a recreation of the virgin forest on Amami Oshima Island
The “I want to go on a trip to” is a full-fledged resort-style trip to Sri Lanka, Hawaii, Morocco, the Maldives, Cuba, and other destinations.
Enjoy it with the feeling of traveling.