Stolen Art

My artworks were stolen from my storage unit at Fast & EZ Self-Storage in Vista (San Diego), California, USA. Please see below for details of the stolen artworks.

To the thief, I have to say you have great taste in art:) I hope you enjoyed my artwork for a while. I would like to have them back now. No questions asked. I just want my pieces back. I’m not a famous artist, so you’re not going to make fortunes. Yet, the pieces are treasures to me. Please email me and return them to me!

To people who like yard sales, garage sales and art fairs, please kindly keep eye on the market, and if you ever see them, please get the owner’s name and contact me!

Any information will be appreciated. Thank you

-Tamao Nakayama from Art De Tama

Water running into a bucket from a faucet

The bucket part of the faucet

Dimensions: approx. 7″H x 7″W x 7″D

Everything but the dishes of the seven-piece white tea set

Dimensions: approx. teapot-9in, cups-6in, sugar & cream-4in

Seven piece white sculptural teapot set on red washi paper
Two white vases with yellow top edges sticking together

Yellow Lip Vases

Dimensions: approx. 6″H x 4″W x 2.5″D

Fleeing Teapot

Dimensions: approx. 7.5″H x 12″W x 3″D

A pink fleeing teapot with a yellow tail and a purple hat
A green figure with blue lips ducking and looking back

Green Figure Sculpture

Dimensions: approx. 5.25″H x 5″W x 4″D

Melted Cup

Dimensions: approx. 5″H x 7″W x 6″D

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Japanese artist in the United States. Tamao Nakayama was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan, and moved to the U.S. when she was 25 years old. She is still deeply influenced by the Japanese aesthetic, and the belief that ‘less is more’. She is a minimalist abstract artist. She paints and sculpts.