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Yukiko Kakimoto
Veins #09

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8 x 9cm


Although we cannot see it in our eyes ... everything is in a connection beyond our imagination.



Type of piece : brooch

Edition : One-of-a-kind

Series : Veins

Material : Potter's clay, glaze, Urushi(Japanese lacquer), tin powder, Pin / silver 950 and 925, stainless

Dimensions : L93×W80×T10mm

Weight: 65g



Yukiko Kakimoto is a contemporary artist. Yukiko's artistic approach is intuitively and combines different disciplines that she has been practicing indiscriminately from an early age. Yukiko decisively shifted focus on combining wearable art with beautiful Japanese unique culture, she is dedicated to contemporary art jewelry. Using Potter's clay, glaze, Urushi(Japanese lacquer), Sumi(Japanese black ink), pure gold powder, sterling silver, and many other natural materials, Yukiko creates art that is wearable in small palm-size.

Born in Kyoto, Japan, the origin of Yukiko's creation is in her childhood. Yukiko was a girl who was fascinated with drawing, making stories, and creating something freely. Yukiko is a self-taught artist who for a long time has been developing skills through, trial and error, and her own unique style of work.

After graduating from Kyoto Bunkyo College, Yukiko studied Japanese traditional Ikebana at Kadō Iemoto Ikenobo and flower design at Mami Flower Design School and earned a diploma.

In 1994, Yukiko started bridal flower planning and production, flower designs and aromatherapy instructing. She also completed many flower group exhibitions (Japan / Kyoto, Osaka, Tokyo etc.) and seminars (Japan / Kyoto, Osaka, Tokyo, China / Shanghai etc.). Since 1999 for about eight years, Yukiko has been engaged in directing an art gallery, she supported as a various consultant for both domestic and international artists. She has done not only flower designs but while building her careers she has also presented artwork that freely used various materials.

In 2015, the sudden illness of Yukiko's family forced her to leave all work, but her creative activity never stopped, she began to make works again in daily life. And, like the dots connect and make a line, and guided by something, the jewelry works were born. Yukiko's past knowledge and experience were integrated and made one form.

Currently, Yukiko primarily focuses on producing contemporary art jewelry. She has been chosen as an artist to participate in art fairs and international exhibitions in Europe, and activity enjoys those opportunities.

Yukiko's interview on Klimt02. >>> https://klimt02.net/forum/interviews/yukiko-kakimoto-klimt02

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