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Ishino, Koichi

Visual Art (NSW)

Koichi Ishino is a Japanese artist who immigrated to Australia in 2009, now living and working in Gosford, NSW. He has been a full time artist for over twenty years.....

 

   

Jin, Youngsoon

Visual Art  (SA)

Youngsoon is an Australian artist born and raised in Aichi, Japan. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts, majoring in sculpture, at the Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music in 2007 and moved...

 

 

Kanamori, Mayu

Photography | Visual Art | Performance | Theatre (NSW)

Mayu Kanamori’s works combine photography, performance art, videography, and story telling with emphasis on collaboration with artists from diverse genres and disciplines. Her earlier works ...

 

 

Karmatz, Lily

Conceptual | Contemporary | Graphic Design | Installation | Mixed Media | Photography | Traditional Japanese Art | Visual art (QLD)

Lily Karmatz was born in Malaysia, but has lived and practiced art in Brisbane, Australia. She is a visual artist and also an Ikebana artist and teacher. She has taught Sogetsu Ikebana at the Brisbane Institute of Art, public...

 

 

Kato, Chaco

Conceptual | Contemporary | Inter disciplinary | Mixed Media | Visual Art | Other (children's book illustration) (VIC)

Chaco Kato's art practice involves many genres from process-based installation to improvisational drawing and picture book making. She is probably best known for her ephemeral, open-ended, playful...

 

 

Kita, Saori

Contemporary | Craft | Visual Art (NSW)

Born in Honolulu Hawaii, Saori grew up in Tokyo. As a little girl, her greatest joy was making flower chains. Saori moved to Sydney when she was sixteen and fell in love with Australian botanical structures...

 

   

Kubo, Miki

Conceptual | Contemporary | Visual art (NSW)

Miki Kubo began working with glass as an assistant of a glass blowing studio in Shiga, Japan in 1990. Miki has worked on a glass blowing team for Brian Hirst to assist his art studio in Sydney since 1998. She has also...

 

   

Kubota, Fumikazu

Conceptual | Contemporary | Graphic Design | Visual Art (VIC)

Kubota Fumikazu is Melbourne based artist originally from Japan. His work is mostly intricate hand drawn forms depicting aspects of the human psyche. Each tiny shape is a representation of the subjects’ possible...

 

Kuroda, Anna

Contemporary | Interdisciplinary | Music/Sound | Performance | Theatre | Visual Art (NSW)

Anna Kuroda is a dancer and choreographer. She is a new resident of Sydney, Australia having been previously based in Kamakura, Japan. She completed her Bachelor of Movement...

 

 

Lai, Michael

Installation | Interdisciplinary | Traditional Japanese Craft (QLD)

A former scientist/researcher working in the IT industry (as a user experience designer) who accidentally stumbled into the creative industries, my work reflects an inner fascination of science and ...

 

 

Leahy, Tamayo

Visual Art | Traditional Japanese Art | Mixed Media (TAS)

I was born in Fukuoka, Japan, in 1948. After living in New Zealand for several years, in 1986 I shifted to Carnarvon, Western Australia with my Australian husband and then to Tasmania in 1994...

 

 

Lee, Herman

Photography | Visual Art | Performance | Theatre (NSW)

Herman KwokHung Lee is a professional member of the National Association for the Visual Arts, Australia. He is an Ikebana artist, photographer and writer. His art motto is “Seeing the richness in...

 

 

Matsui, Keiko

Craft | Visual Art (NSW)

Keiko Matsui is a Japanese ceramic artist who lives and works in Sydney, Australia. She studied ceramics at the National Art School in East Sydney and graduated in 2006 with honours degree. Keiko’s style is...

 

McKenna, Terry

Traditional Japanese Art | Visual Art   (VIC)

"I have been concentrating on producing woodblock prints since 2006, and inevitably became inspired by the richness of Japanese woodblock prints which are rightly world famous. I love the marriage of art and...

 

   

Morimoto, Junko

Visual Art | Other (children’s book art) (NSW)

Junko Morimoto migrated to Australia in 1982. Born in Hiroshima in 1932 and she later survived Atomic Bomb attack in 1945. Morimoto graduated from Kyoto City University of Fine Art in 1955 and ran Children's Art...

 

         
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