I participate Echigo-Tsumari Art Field.
The Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale (ETAT) is one of the largest art festivals in the world as well as the pioneer of regional art festivals taking place across Japan. It has provided an alternative way to explore mountains and rice fields following artworks as guiding lights which has received a great attention both within and outside Japan as a leading practice of community building by art.
I exhibit a really big Ikebana art work in this art festival. My Ikebana will be outside and a great place surrounded by beautiful nature and mountains.
About the art festival
My page at the website of the art festival
I prepared trees and painted them. Each tree has each beautiful color, but if I paint them, I can feature their shape more and more.
The art at my work’s back is an art created by Yayoi Kusama.
From one side view, but this can be viewed from all around. Each side has each beautiful view.
If you take a selfie in front of this Ikebana , it can be vary instagenic! I planned that!
This is a painting process photo. I painted them in a deep mountain.
This is a making process.
We suffered from the crazy hot summer. It’s like we’re in a sauna. I feel like please someone take me to the North Pole!
I uploaded more photos and movies to Facebook and Instagram. You can see the making process more! Please check!