Jill Fanshawe KatoBorn: 1943
Jill Fanshawe Kato studied painting at Chelsea School of Art and pottery at the school of Yosei Itaka and at the Musoan Karatsu Pottery School in Japan. She established her studio in North London in 1977. She has exhibited internationally, especially Japan and the UK. She regards her work as sitting somewhere 'between sculpture and painting'. Her work has been described as possessing an 'atatakai' quality which is a Japanese term for 'emotional warmth implying that something is breathing.' The Scottish Gallery hosted a solo exhibition in December 2014.
Public collections include:
Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Wales; World Ceramic Exposition Foundation, Korea; Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation, London; Yokohama National University, Japan.
Jill Fanshawe Kato will be the subject of a solo exhibition in December 2020.
Pheasant Vase View details
Pheasant Vase2016StonewareH:32cm W:22cm£980Peacock Vase View details
Peacock Vase2016StonewareH:35cm W:27cm£1,100Grasshopper Jugs View details
Grasshopper Jugs2016StonewareH:10cm W:12 - 13cm D:6 - 7cm£160 eachCollection of Porcelain Bowls View details
Collection of Porcelain Bowls2016Porcelain clayH:Approx 6cm£80 eachSmall Bird Jug & Moon Jug View details
Small Bird Jug & Moon Jug2014Stoneware£240 (left: H:24cms SOLD) £320 (right: H:33cms)Porcelain Kozara View details