This exhibition features designer makers whose works have been inspired by Japan, its imagery, craft techniques and culture. The exhibition examines how a sense of place can influence us as individuals and how this is reflected in artworks we create. The exhibition features ceramics, textiles, silver, jewellery and printmaking.
In Japanese influenced craft, we see subtle forms, exquisite craftsmanship, ethereal imagery, delicate and elegant statements which can effect and move us deeply. Artists featured in this show have been inspired by a range of media including architecture, language, travel and art.
Exhibitors also include:Kirsty Adams, Emiko Aida, Vicky Higginson, James Hake, Yuka Kikumoto, Mottainai Textiles, Alistair McCallum, Mari-Ruth Oda, Mariko Sumioka.
Saturday 23rd April 2016 – Saturday 28th May 2016
10.00am – 5.30pm Monday to Saturday
12.00pm – 5.00pm Sundays
(This excludes public & bank holidays)