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The artist from Japan creates exclusive elegant ceramic pieces evoking pure admiration. Indeed the ceramic floral fantasies are incredibly realistic and delicate. The love to nature was born in Hitomi's childhood, when her family lived in a farm house surrounded by rice paddy fields. Today Hitomi Hosono looks for inspiration everywhere from botanic gardens to archives and libraries where she studies the extinct flora species.
The artist is delighted with plants complexity; each vein and curve is unique and peculiar, so she tries to recreate this natural beauty in ceramics as precisely as possible. Several months can be spent to model one art piece. Β
Hitomi Hosono carried out numerous experiments and finally she has developed two new methods of sprigging technique. The first one is covering all the item surface with multiple twigs while the other is creating of so-called ceramic sculptures using hundreds of minutely worked out elements.Β