Junko Mori

Fascinated by the way things grow from an early age, Mori has developed her own signature sculptural forms using traditional blacksmithing techniques such as forging and hammering, mastered while studying at the Camberwell College of Arts. She currently resides in the remote countryside of North Wales’ Llyn Peninsula, immersed in nature’s inspirational milieu.

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Propagation Project; Nigella Chrysanthemum
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Propagation Project, Straight Spikes
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Propagation Project; Japanese Woods Haiku
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Silver Organism, Lavender
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Silver Poetry, Spring Fever Tanka
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Propagation Project, Surf Conch
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Organism Square Spikes
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Propagation Project, Coppiced Wood Tanka
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Propagation Project, Sun Flower
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Silver Organism, Ball Point
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Silver Poetry; Spring Fever Haiku
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A Honey and Blue Pumpkin With Turquoise Stem
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Lost Memory of the Women
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Folded Rim Vessel
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Graphite Specked Blue, Olive Rim and Base, Flashed Haloed Traces
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Bowl Shinogi Medium
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Pod Form
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Where Holes Happen Map
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Folded Memory No. 0
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