A Japanese Artist Made Ethereal Bowls from Skeletons of Maple Tauheed Ahmad September 8, 2016 Amazing & Incredible 823 Japanese artist Kay Sekimachi’s has created inspiring ethereal bowls made from the skeletons of maple. She is most famous for her labor-intensive loom works. She creates these sylvan masterpieces by adding Kozo paper, watercolor and Krylon coating to the leaves, giving them solid form. Sekimachi eventually graduated at the California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland from 1946 to 1949. Kay Sekimachi’s life has been defined by perseverance. Despite being born in California in 1926, she was held at the Topaz Relocation Center in Delta, UT, with other Japanese Americans during World War II. She says when I saw the students working in the weaving room, the next day I decide to spend all of my savings to buy a loom, even though she didn’t know anything about weaving. She has written several books on crafts, some of which were co-authored with her husband, Bob Stocksdale. The couple will be having an exhibition at the Bellevue Arts Museum from July 3 to October 18 in Washington. The exhibition will show the works of two of the most revered artists in American craft history. The couple married in 1972. Source: Boredpanda Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsBricklayer Transforms Ordinary Stone into Hypnotically Detailed SculpturesThree Dimensional Goldfish Painted in LayerIn Singapore, Vending Machines Offers Knowledge instead of Junk FoodBring Your Walls to Life with This Plant Wall TrophyArtist Spent 7 Years in Turning UK Forests into Attractive and Ghostly Works of ArtStunning Twig Sculptures of Patrick DoughertyJapanese Craftsman Masterfully Restores Old Book into Like-New ConditionMystery of the Giant Arrows Scattered Across the United StatesThe Stunning Beauty of Braided RiversStriking Winged Insects Made of Discarded Circuit BoardsThe Brilliant World of MushroomBosnian Artists Creates Stunning Sculptures from Pencil Tips Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.