• Construction Miniature Ed. 1/5
    Construction Miniature Ed. 1/5
    stainless steel 24 x 18 x 6 cm $1,400
  • Form of Scenery (maquette 1) lat.35°06'23
    Form of Scenery (maquette 1) lat.35°06'23"N, long.135°55'30"E,_maquette #2
    marble, stainless steel 23 x 50 x 40 cm $8,000
  • Form of Scenery (miniature C)
    Form of Scenery (miniature C)
    marble, stainless steel 28 x 15 x 5 cm (sold)
  • Form of Scenery (maquette 4)
    Form of Scenery (maquette 4)
    marble, stainless steel 68 x 125 x 56 cm $6,000
Koichi Ishino



Member Sculpture by the Sea “Decade Club”

2013 Sculpture By The Sea Cottesloe

Winner 2010 Icebergs Dining Room and Bar Signature Prize, Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi

Japanese-born Ishino has gained an international reputation for his sculptural works, developing original inlay techniques and producing works which combine contrasting materials of metal and stone. His works create a unique sense of tension between reflective and non-reflective surfaces.

“My sculpture is inspired by the scenery of Lake Biwa, the largest lake in Japan, 10km east of Kyoto.  I love the scenery here and have memories of this unique landscape from my childhood. The scenery merges into the sky. When I sketch of this place, it seems to recede into the distance from my consciousness because the sky is obviously clear. I lost my existence except the location of the latitude and the longitude”.


Arts ACT, Canberra; Kyoto Prefecture House, Japan; Nishinasuno-cho, Tochigi; Sakai City, Osaka; Ikeda City, Osaka; Izu Cit,y, Hyogo, The Museum of Nature and Human Activities, Sanda City, Hyogo;



Osaka City Cultural Centre
Osaka Sayama City Cultural Centre
Okuwa Corporate Headquarters, Tokyo
Bournemouth Universities, England

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