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Yoko Ozawa - Solo Exhibition

As part of London Craft Week we are delighted to present an exhibition featuring the works of Melbourne-based Japanese artist Yoko Ozawa. Yoko has been making both functional and sculptural works from clay, her style defined by a natural looking aesthetic that's inspired by both the Australian landscape and her upbringing in the Japanese countryside. The Japanese notion of Yohaku (blank space) also inspires the simplistic but harmonious shapes that she crafts by hand.

6 October – 16 October, 10am – 5.30pm
Address: 10 Perrin’s Court, Hampstead, London NW3 1QS


Online From 6pm Monday 5th October.



“This teapot ‘Full’ is inspired by the waxing of the moon. This spherical form contains a rich, ambiguous quality, with the space inside the teapot holding possibility and meaning, not simply ‘nothingness’. In this way this work relates closely to the concept of Yohaku: resulting in an enhanced apprehension of the world and our own mind.”


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