Gardens Illustrated Magazine

Poetry in porcelain

Wreathed in petals, leaves and tiny flowerheads, Hitomi Hosono’s astonishing ceramics capture the delicacy of the natural world in layers of intricate, hand-carved porcelain. Her work is a magical fusion of flower and clay so it is unsurprising to find that Hitomi comes from a family of both ceramists and gardeners. She was born in Japan’s Gifu

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