About Madoka
Madoka Rindal is an independent potter living in Paris. She was born and raised in Japan. As a child and a teenage she gets a french education while living in Tokyo. When she turns 18 years old she leaves Japan to Paris for applied art studies. After working as a graphic designer in different fields for over 10 years, she chose to devote herself to ceramics.
http://madokarindal.com
Current city: Paris
Other cities: KamakuraTokyoOslo
Madoka Rindal is an independent potter living in Paris. She was born and raised in Japan. As a child and a teenage she gets a french education while living in Tokyo. When she turns 18 years old she leaves Japan to Paris for applied art studies. After working as a graphic designer in different fields for over 10 years, she chose to devote herself to ceramics.
 

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