"Contemporary" X "Tradition"
My art evolves as I search through my roots and history of art.
Finding beauty in the merging spot of "now" and "then" inspires me to blend "Contemporary" and "Japanese"
- that is continuously fluid.
By artistic practice, I can be free to be nobody at the same time be part of everybody.
At my favorite neighborhood in NYC - Sunnyside Queens,
My ceramics works are available at Yoseka Stationery store!
Photo credit : Yoseka Stationery
Window installation with new ceramic objects
141 S Water St, Kent, OH 44240
Wed/Thu : 11-5
& by appointment
Through September 8th 2018
Gallery - Troppus Projects
Some of my recent ceramic mini cups and
cut-out drawings are on view and available!
At the Troppus Projects in Kent OH (141 S Water St),
POP UP! Ceramic works on sale
I have picked 15 pieces for sale online and they are friendly priced.
They are all uniquely hand-built and glazed after many times of testing.
I hope they would become a fun addition to your home :)
Open : June 18th 2018
Sculptural Flower Pots
updated on the Sculpture/Ceramic page.
These works are made from February to March 2018
Interview by Ginkgo Journal
Published on Feb 8. 2018
Photo and link by Ginkgo Journal
Ginkgo Journal celebrates Asian creatives through their art and endeavors.
The name is derived from the Ginkgo tree known for its long history and influence in Asian culture, from its use in delicacy, design, and medicine. This website aims to showcase Asians through their creativity, inspiration, and passion, but also discuss what it means to be Asian in the modern day.
Kana Cups (2016- present)
updated at SCULPTURE/CERAMICS .
June 3rd - 29th 2017
Solo Exhibition at Downtown Gallery in Kent OH.
Opening Reception on June 6th, 5-9pm.
Check HERE for the installation images!
June 22. 2017
Selected work on Second Annual Alumni Art Show
at Kent State University.
Featured on Kent Wired article:
Click here to the link.
June 3. 2017
Featured on Sculpture Space NYC's Facebook post:
Click here to the link.
Sculpture Space NYC:
Sculpture Space NYC is a ceramics and sculpture center founded by artists Andrew Kennedy and Magda Dejose. Sculpture Space NYC's mission is to stimulate creativity, new ideas and collaboration in ceramics-based investigations. Artists, designers and craftspeople of all backgrounds converge in this center to experiment, learn, make, reflect and grow artistically. The thoughtfully designed and open floor plan allows for fluid access to equipment, sharing and advanced education.
Long Island City, NY
April 11-26. 2017
Ebisu Tokyo, at Kobo-Chika Gallery
I am officially registered and make works
It is a shared/individual studio community space for ceramic/sculpture artists located in Long Island City, NY.
Founded by Andrew Kennedy and Magda Dejose.
It is a great opportunity to be in part of this community.
Please contact me in advance to schedule a studio visit.
Sep 18- Nov 30 2016
My installation work from artist-in-residency
at Paul Artspace are on view along with fellow artists!
at Sculpturework Ferguson
June 22. 2016
near St.Louis MO
at Summit Artspace, Akron OH
May 13 - June 18. 2016
at Summit Artspace in Akron, OH