I was enamored when I first set eyes on images of Fujikasa Stoko’s expressive ceramic sculptures. The intensely captivating movement of her work is awe-inspiring.
Satoko was born in 1980 in the Yamaguchi Prefecture of Japan, and while she is only in her thirties she has received international recognition for her very “fluid and dynamic” sculptures.
Satoko’s breath-taking sculptures are reminiscent of fabric blowing in the air, of material caught up in the wind undulating and swirling about. It is hard to believe these sculptures are actually made of clay.
I find myself at a loss for more words, since Satoko’s incredible work speaks for itself and furthermore seems to incite a quiet meditative state…
Post by Jamie Woodard
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