9 Nihonga Gallery Tomoko

Tomoko Dunk was born in Tokyo in 1947.  She works in the Japanese ‘Nihonga’ style in which powdered stones and shells are mixed with ‘nikawa’ glue to produce a water- soluble paint which is then applied to ‘washi’ paper affixed to a light wooden board. Nihonga is a generic term coined in the 19th Century to distinguish Japanese from Western Art. Tomoko’s works are of a reassuring, other-worldly, spiritual nature.

  • Refreshments
  • New Open House
  • Garden open
  • Easy parking
  • Workshops/demonstrations
93 Stanley Avenue PortsladeBN41 2WH
Directions: My house is located at the top of Stanley Avenue at the junction with Graham Avenue. It is less than thirty seconds away from the #1/1A bus stop. By car from Portslade Village head north on Valley Road, turn right onto Chalky Road and then left on Graham Avenue. Follow the road until you reach the aforementioned junction with Stanley Avenue.
07546 751 472
Mata Irasshai: Tomoko Dunk