It is undeniable that the sound of “pottery” has an old-fashioned ring to it.

 Japanese people will inevitably think of ancient Japanese culture, such as the flower arrangement and the tea ceremony, and even in other countries, we can be sure to associate it with some traditional culture. The reason for this is because it is the oldest human technology, which can be completed with only clay and fire, as long as it is primitive.

 However, contemporary ceramic artists, like other media, are constantly trying to update their work. The work of Japanese artists such as Katsuyo Aoki, Takuro Kuwata, and Keigo Ueda is pleasing to the eye, not to mention the quality of their work.

 Japan has a wide variety of pottery styles and firing methods, and the number of fans of Japanese ceramics is comparable to that of contemporary art, which means that Japan has a market almost as large as that of contemporary art. In this article, we would like to introduce three artists from Japan who will breathe new life into the world of ceramic art.

Saeka Komatsu

lost self confidence
42 x 37 cm
the same as always
13 x 29 cm
osmose me 02
100 x 100 cm

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Fukiko Yoshida

Flowers and Youth II
33 x 27.5 cm
5.6 x 3.8 cm
5.3 x 3.4 cm

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Saori Osada

coniferous tree
24.5 x 7.5 cm
the snowflake
35 x 20 cm
trial period in the saddle
40 x 24 cm

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At TRiCERA we believe that “creativity has no boundaries.” We enable artists to offer their authentic artwork to art collectors by providing our porfessional services. We solve the problems of language barriers and complex overseas delivery services in order to connect Japanese artists to the rest of the world.

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