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Folded Sculpture Vase by Mihara Ken
Please refer to our stock # 344 when inquiring.
Shadows of flame exhume the granular qualities of the clay on this superb Vessel by Mihara Ken enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Sekki Kaki unglazed Flower Vessel. The entire work is in soft colors, like the autumn leaves changing in Kyoto right now , exuding a very powerful “Wa” sense of harmony. The folded form derives from the aesthetics of paper origami, while its striations and texture evoke the mountainous ravines and rock surfaces of the artist environment.
Size, D 36.5 cm H 24.5 cm
Mihara Ken was born in Shimane prefecture in 1958, and apprenticed under Funaki Kenji at the age of 23. He has been exhibited and or prized at the All Japan Ceramic Exhibition (Nihon Togei Ten), Asahi Ceramic Exhibition, the National Traditional Crafts Exhibition (Nihon Dento Kogei Ten) as well as the Tanabe Museum Chanoyu no Zokei Ten (Modern tea forms Sculpture Exhibition). He has displayed in both Europe and America and is held in the permanent collection of the Tanabe Museum of Art and the New Orleans Museum of Art among many others.
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