夏は木漏れ日(KOMOREBI) ‘sunlight filtering down through the trees in the summer’

March 9-24
Opening Saturday March 9 3pm-5pm
An exhibition of vases, teapots and flowers by Yoko Ozawa. 

CATALOGUE NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE HERE.


‘An everyday scene in a living room. You can see the sunlight filtering down through the trees from the window. Water in the shallow vases reflects the sky. A teapot makes a shadow on the table. A steaming cup next to the teapot. You can feel an atmosphere between vessels.-

- Yoko Ozawa March 2013

About Yoko Ozawa
Based in Melbourne, Japanese potter Yoko Ozawa creates unique pieces inspired by the Japanese slow design, an appreciation for the simple, functional and organic.

About Olga Bennett
Olga Bennett is a freelance photographer based in Melbourne.  Focusing on portraiture and editorial photography Olga work in a less intrusive style using natural light and capturing subjects as they are.

 

Vessels by Yoko Ozawa, Photography by Olga Bennett

'kirikabu' pourer with moss by Yoko Ozawa, Photography by Olga Bennett

 

Vessels by Yoko Ozawa, Photography by Olga Bennett

Photography by Olga Bennett

Wall pocket by Yoko Ozawa, Photography by Olga Bennett

kirikabu teapot and cup by Yoko Ozawa, Photography by Olga Bennett

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All exhibition documentation phots below by Julian Patterson

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Images below by Bree Claffey

Peppercorn arrangement by Yoko Ozawa's Mum, Eiko

Family portrait at Komorebi. L-R Yoko's sister, Yoko's Mum and Yoko.

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