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— by Carly Olson: When searching for inspiration, ceramic artist Makoto Kagoshima turns to flowers. From their brilliant blooms to their curlicue tendrils, everything about them fascinates him. “I am always mesmerized by the intricate sense of purpose I observe within the natural world,” Kagoshima says. “I draw flowers in anticipation of those who will behold them.”

Image: (L-R): Multi-hued floral assemblage; rose-washed garden blossoms; earth-toned tree of life with expansive flowers, courtesy of Takumi Yagi

July 7, 2019