I am a ceramic artist.
The working process is an everyday journey for me, and has a kind of rituality in it.
I build sculptures or even bowls in a very unique way from clay strips, stretched out by hand.
I freely shape my objects just like a three-dimensional drawing.
This is what gives my works a recognizable, defining character.
Since I have been living in Japan for almost 30 years, the oriental accent is not just a coincidence. The culture and philosophy of this beautiful country naturally entwinning with my originals, and that is how my pieces, combining East and West are born.
I wish to arouse curiosity, and through mediation by my artwork, to get my audience to think together about the relationship between nature and human beings, to reflect on its elementary significance.