Li-Feng Lo

16/05/2009

Li-Feng Lo in her studio at Monash University

Li-Feng Lo in her studio at Monash University

Li-Feng Lo, a ceramic atist from Taiwan. I met her many years ago. this is her studio at Monash University during her PHD time in 2008.

In her practice of making ceramics, Li-Feng Lo says, “I create forms that are inorganic, yet I am drawn to nature”.

Li-Feng has a deep faith in Buddhist philosophy and believes that an understanding of Buddhism can help one deal with interaction with life and the care of nature.

Her studio is very clean and well organise. Most of the things are under dust protection. Lots of natural light come through big window in front of her working table….really nice.

Li-Feng collect many bit and pieces of natural part and use as her inspiration. She display them around the studio wall. I think it is a great idea to so as it keep her focus on the current project. I should do the same in my studio.

Circle 2007, 15×15×15 cm(each)

Circle 2007, 15×15×15 cm(each)

Shelf

Shelf

shelf

shelf

mood board

mood board

wroking table

wroking table

collection of nature part that inspired her

collection of nature part that inspired her

working space

working space

working table flood with natural light

working table flood with natural light

collection of test pieces

collection of test pieces

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