NAGATA Mihoko & MASUKO Tsuyoshi – Stained Glass Exhibition –

An exhibition by two stained glass artists is being held at Art Space KITANOSHO ( Fukui-shi, JAPAN).

MASUKO’s work is a work in which a sheet of flat glass has been made three-dimensional. And his work combines one part with a certain rule.

MASUKO says, “I am based on the lampshade technique. I have been thinking of sculptural shapes and contemporary images for two years. I was thinking I could do it.”

“I made a three-dimensional image of particles gathered.” The title of the work is all particles. MASUKO says “I cherish what I am impressed. I want to do more than I imagined. I do not want to make anything less than I imagined. It is quality.”

NAGATA is a person who makes pictorial stained glass. For example, the work at the gallery entrance can be seen behind the brush. NAGATA says, “I’m drawing on a glass plate.”

The main feature of NAGATA’s work is “line”. She draws many lines with a brush. It is incorporated into the work. The lines appearing in the work have smooth movements.

She produces works on the theme of “nature”. Says, “The sound of the piano is different between tapping and tapping. Stained glass also differs depending on the color intensity.”

The viewer will feel the beauty in the form of stained glass and the beauty through light.

NAGATA Mihoko&MASUKO Tsuyoshi -Stained Glass Exhibition-

2019.6.12(Wed.)~6.17(Mon.)
11:00~18:00
Art Space KITANOSHO(アートスペース北の荘)
Mitsui Building 3F, 1-2-25 Chuo Fukui-shi Fukui JAPAN 910-0006

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SAITO Riko(齊藤理子)

幼い頃から絵が好き、漫画好き、デザイン好き。描く以外の選択肢で美術に携わる道を模索し、企画立案・運営・批評の世界があることを知る。現代美術に興味を持ち、同時代を生きる作家との交流を図る。といっても現代に限らず古典、遺跡、建築など広く浅くかじってしまう美術ヲタク。気になる展覧会や作家がいれば国内外問わずに出かけてしまう。

I have liked drawing since I was young, manga and design. I tried to find a way to be involved in art other than painting, and found that there were ways to be involved in planning, management and criticism. I am interested in modern art and try to interact with contemporary artists. I am an art otaku, however, it is not limited to modern art. I appreciate widely and shallowly in classical literature, remains, and architecture. If there is an exhibition or an artist that interests me, I go anywhere in and outside of Japan.