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The World Of Yoshiaki Yuki

Yoshiaki Yuki is a contemporary Japanese artist who communicates images and symbols which speak the beauty of the land and the emotions of the heart. These works are expressed in multiple forms, constrained by neither category, material, nor medium.

Washi Art by TOMOMI

I have been truly fascinated with the feeling of Washi. It always brings a healing air into the core of my heart.I believe that my meeting with Washi was a fortunate encounter for my life. -Washi Art artist TOMOMI-

Exihibition at the Nippon Club Gallery New York

Japonism in Contemporary Art at Nippon Club Gallery
Introducing artworks inspired by Japanese culture. Participating Artists: Adler A.F.: Sculpture, Allan D. Hasty: Installation, Colette Lumiere: Painting / Installation, Curtis Kulig: Installation, Emil Memon: Photograph / Drawing, Hayley McCulloch: Installation / Painting, Hye Rim Lee: Print, Iara Celeste Diaz: Painting, IRWIN: Photograph, James Knight: Drawing, Jårg Geismar: Installation, Konstance Patton: Sculpture, Mai Ueda: Video,....
Magical Works of Japanese Coppersmith by GYOKUSEN-DO
Since 1816, Japanese GYOKUSENDO has been producing hand-hammered copperware in Niigata Japan. The hammered copperware called 'TSUIKI-DOKI' in Japanese, it more than two hundred year-old technique of pounding flat copper sheets into three dimensional goods such as kettles and teapots has been elevated to a fine art. In 2010, GYOKUSENDO became the house of Living Cultural Treasure of Japan.
The World of Exquisite Metal Craftsmanship - Hogen Mikado
Engraving Arts by HOGEN MIKADO
The sharp edges created by the chisels contribute to the beauty of metal engraving. Hogen Mikado adds to it by using his own special technique to make his engravings appear like three dimensional, luminous objects, even though the metal surfaces are flat.
Gleam Of Dynasty
Original KIMONO by Naoki Nomura The Nippon Gallery host an Original Kimono Exhibition by Naoki Nomura, one of the living masters of the Kyo Yuzen style of kimono design. Kyo Yuzen is based on a dyeing technique perfected in Kyoto around the middle of Japan's Edo period, which lasted from 1603 to 1867.