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Mishio Suzuki
Mishio Suzuki
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Mishio Suzuki
Mishio Suzuki
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Mishio Suzuki

Mishio Suzuki

The freedom in Mishio Suzuki’s work comes from several sources.  One is the harmony and difference in Japanese tableware itself “a good thing about it, is you don’t have to buy 12 of the same thing.  There is not that restriction, and no need to match colours on the table.  Everything is separate, but somehow connected.  I think it matches a Japanese way of thinking”. Another, and the most important, is the freedom of her imagination.  Initially impressed by German product design, time spent living there in fact enhanced her appreciation of Japanese ceramics.   Looking for something outside, Suzuki in the end found inspiration by looking outside in.  The Kasama of childhood visits recalled in her memory, she entered training with the contemporary master Akio Nukaga.  As for many Kasama potters her creativity finds its free reign in the pottery studio at the end of her garden.

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