Very Spiff Glass Artist From Japan
Todd Simpson
Oct 18 2021, 03:45 AM
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the piano playing Japanese gal that I met through teaching pointed me to a friend of hers who is a "glass" artist in japan and I think her work is just amazing. Her name is MIKA AOKI. She works in glass only which is a very tricky medium as you might imagine. Just transporting the works to a gallery can result in disaster. She is a big deal in the japanese art world evidently and I can see why. Whaddya think?

Here is a link to her web site.
https://www.mikaaoki.jp/works/pola.html
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Oct 18 2021, 08:15 PM
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Incredible,

"The Interval Between Being And Not Being" is my favourite, bit too big for my house though cool.gif

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Todd Simpson
Oct 18 2021, 08:24 PM
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Killer piece indeed smile.gif It's a very fragile medium to work in. Some sculptors use steel or other heavy material just for it's durability. I really appreciate that she is using glass though. The creations that she makes really wouldn't work in any other medium imho.

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Oct 18 2021, 09:44 PM
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Those are very cool! Thanks for sharing smile.gif

And yes, that's gotta be tricky to transport. Seems very delicate!

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