Many ceramic artists are working on "old-dyed, copy of Koimari". Each painting is reminiscent of each person's personality. Each stroke drawn by Bin-ichi Kitano is slow and hard. And it's not too hard to push, and it doesn't hurt. The warmth that sometimes seems clumsy will capture the hearts of people.Mr. Kitano continues to take on the challenge, "Interpretation of Kozometsuki and Delft's favorite patterns. Carrying a brush that you want to trace. What is your own expression?"For 35 years since independence, he has gradually increased the number of new vessels and is now a veteran.
For this solo exhibition as well, we will have a variety of bowls, plates, bowls, bowls, soba chocolates, sake sets, and other vessels that you would like to use.
Saturday, May 14 to Sunday, May 22
|Time||12:00 ー 19:00|