Buddhist altar "White Lotus" made by Osakaya Furniture
Collaboration with Osakaya Furniture Store, which has been producing handcrafted, carefully finished products in Karuizawa for 100 years.
A three-dimensional decoration by Hideki Kimura's painting and Karuizawa's sculpture, which was completed by drawing and carving, and then drawing and carving many times.
-A vivid design that appears when opened without any decoration when closed.
-Raden * 1 is used for lotus flowers and peacock feathers to change the decoration.
* 1 The inside of the shell of Raden and Aogai, which emits pearl-colored light, is cut into various thin shapes and fitted into the surface of lacquer ware to decorate it.
|Year of production||2020|
|Technique / Material||Acrylic paint / Cherry wood|
|Sign||Hideki Kimura's autograph on the screen|
|size||Width 25 x Depth 25 x Height 60 cm (Open width 80 cm)|
|State of work||Good|
|Delivery period||* It takes about 4 to 6 months from the order to make this Buddhist altar. Please note.|
|Special notes||The color of the cherry tree changes over time and has the characteristic of becoming amber over time. Cherry has a characteristic that black spots such as knots called gum pockets (resin marks) appear. Please note that the gum pocket cannot be removed as a characteristic of cherry wood.|