An Artist’s L.A. Studio Is Art in Itself

Artist Mineo Mizuno recently listed his Los Angeles hideaway for $1.795 million. Mineo's residence is located in Atwater Village, just a block from the Los Angeles river, and is anything but ordinary. The sculptor integrates indoor and outdoor lifestyle and transcends artistic boundaries in his extraordinary home. View the listing.

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Artist Mineo Mizuno recently listed his Los Angeles hideaway for $1.795 million. Mineo's residence is located in Atwater Village, just a block from the Los Angeles river, and is anything but ordinary. The sculptor integrates indoor and outdoor lifestyle and transcends artistic boundaries in his extraordinary home. <a href="http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/2960-Glenmanor-Pl_Los-Angeles_CA_90039_M27850-65890" target="_blank">View the listing</a>.
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Mineo's property is filled to the brim with his artistic endeavors. His works are displayed in the Smithsonian American Art Museum, L.A.C.M.A, and the Mint Museum of Art in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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The home and artist's studio was built in 1964 and totals 3,886 square feet.
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Each space is literally a work of art. This open and sun-drenched room is comprised of Mineo's many teardrop shaped sculptures.
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Talk about unique. How many rooms have you seen are filled to the brim with creative pieces like this one is?
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Even the plants and foliage in the landscaped backyard have a creative purpose.
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A view of Mineo's open kitchen and dining room.
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The gourmet kitchen is highly modern and sleek, which fits in with the aesthetic of the other rooms in the home.
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A look at Mineo's home office.
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This artists studio boasts 2 bedrooms and 2.25 bathrooms.
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A look at the modern garage.
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In 2009, Mineo debuted an installation at the Samuel Freeman in Santa Monica entitled "Coexistence" that integrated ceramics and horticulture.
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