Works exhibited at the group exhibition "KUROism - The world of tea ceremony as seen by contemporary artists."

This work uses columnar basalt, which is formed when lava hardens into regular pentagonal or hexagonal shapes called "joints."
We used this stone to express the fine-grained, wet-looking "black" that granite does not have.
The title of the work, "akatuki," refers to dawn, the faint period before the sun rises.

Size 9cm x 9cm x 6cm
Material Hexagonal stone (olivine basalt from Jilin Province, China)
Production Year 2024
Regular price
$2,362.00 (tax included)
Sale price
$2,362.00 (tax included)
Regular price
Edition Number 1


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