After a rushed end of term – and almost in the beginning of the next – I feel released and free to post again.
I couldn’t find way more information about Mijun, but as I can see she has a sense of humour and unique aesthetic. It seems that each piece as a name and a history to be told. Even with “childish” aspect, the work has a depth in expression, colour and texture.
It’s an inspiration for me when I start with work with ceramics again! I just have to thank Claudia to always show me inspiring artists, probably this week I will post more stuff that she shared with me or I’ve found on her page…
I believe it’s not a steal, but an inpirational sharing haha