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

Camellia oil finish, assembly required (insertion rod shaft), wooden art EDO&YUMEKA

⚫︎The frame is constructed using a square joint, a technique used in woodworking that is reproduced in ironwork.
At the end of the shaft is a plum blossom bud, a symbol of strong vitality and perseverance, expressing the mystery and energy of nature about to bloom.
The back panel of the wooden folding screen is made of iron and features brass clasps depicting the Big Dipper and the constellation Cassiopeia, which are connected to the North Star, signifying the connection between the tea ceremony and the universe. The folding screen can be used either way.

Size W 70cm x D 2cm x H 45cm Set of 2
Production Year 2024
Regular price
$1,824.00 (tax included)
Sale price
$1,824.00 (tax included)
Regular price
Edition Number 1


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