Shigeo Shiga
Shigeo Shiga Stoneware Flower Bowl, c. 1980

The Japanese potter Shigeo Shiga was a large influence on Australian potters during the 1970s and 1980s. He first came here in 1966 on an invitation from Les Blakebrough, then head of pottery at Sturt, a craft workshop that was part of the Frensham school complex at Mittagong in the southern highlands.
circa 1980
22 cm in radius


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  • Shigeo Shiga
    Shigeo Shiga Stoneware Flower Bowl, c. 1980

    22 cm

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