The Gallery: Seastone Works by Mitsuru Koga

The Gallery: Seastone Works by Mitsuru Koga

Sarah Coffey
Oct 15, 2008

Japanese artist Mitsuru Koga works on a very small scale, sculpting forms from natural seastones. The stones evoke human empathy: some are cracked, while others squat on tiny legs. Koga describes his work as an attempt to "create an intermediate bridge between nature and human beings." Click below for more...

For more information, visit Mitsuru Koga's website. In the U.S., Koga's work is currently on view at Tortoise in Venice, California.

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