Miki Nitadori is a Japanese artist who has sold works from her Battle in Progress collection to the Association for Aid and Relief. Nitadori, like many others, wants to aid the people of Tohoku, and what better way to do so than by using her innate artistic talent.
The paintings from Battle in Progress are from photo booths in which everyday passing people were asked to make a gesture to the camera. The series is a gallery that reflects the diversity of people and their personalities.
Miki Nitadori wants her paintings to symbolize your thoughts and your relationships with others, and reflect the community of men and women of the world. Right now, Japan needs help, and artists from around the globe like Miki Nitadori are finding one way or another to help.