Junco Sato Pollack

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Junco Sato PollackJunco Sato Pollack (MFA, Textile Design, Rochester Institute of Technology 1991) is artist, retired Associate Professor of Textiles at the E. G. Welch School of Art and Design of Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA, where she served 1992 – 2012. Native of Japan, and having lived in the United States for over 30 years, Pollack creates Zen-inspired meditative, abstract art textile works, fusing the Eastern aesthetics and sensibility with the kinetic energy of the West, and incorporating chance composition. Junco’s works are installed as architectural accent in atriums, hotels, corporate offices, and private residences in the USA and abroad. Her works are housed in the permanent collection of the Museum of Art and Design (MAD), New York, the Francis Loeb Library Materials Collection of the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and the Wallace Library Collection of RIT, Rochester, New, York, and are included in numerous corporate and private collections around the globe. Her works are exhibited internationally in 25 countries around the globe in the past 20 years.

Since 2002, she lives and works in Studio Muso-an that she built, in a small village by a Lake, in North Georgia, USA, -a passive solar home made of Stone Mountain granite and Georgia yellow cypress surrounded by American cedar trees and native plants that blooms year around.

 
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Office: 11 Polo Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30309 | Studio: 67 Whetrock Ln, Lakemont, GA 30525
Email: junco@juncosatopollack.com