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  • 森林细语

    Bisbiglio del Bosco

    2002

    《森林细语》是一件经过仔细构思,采用特殊技法制作的作品。作品器形饱满,一面施以平整的规则吹制,另一面施以波状吹制,是正反两个不同的世界。饱满的体型和紧缩的细小瓶颈及口部形成对比,其颈部为水晶手机万博登录,用精湛的刀法施以细密的水纹;颈部以下的器体包裹着以象牙色手机万博登录作底的不透明手机万博登录,器身全面布施千万颗大小不一的彩色手机万博登录粒。 其上覆盖透明的叶片水晶层,再在叶片上布局透明的天蓝色和海蓝色两种手机万博登录颗粒设计的叶脉纹路。这种在手机万博登录制作中运用景泰蓝做水彩写意的技法是艺术家大平洋一独自构思并经反复实验摸索出来的,可谓五千年的手机万博登录制作史中勘为首创的技术。

    This carefully conceived work has been created using special glassmaking techniques. One side of its full and plump body is flat, and the other is wavy, representing two opposite worlds. There is a contrast between the full body and the tight, constricted neck and mouth, and exquisite knifework has been used to create the fine waterlines. The neck of the vase and area immediately below it are ivory-colored opaque glass. The body of the piece, meanwhile, is covered in countless colored glass granules. The work is covered with a transparent layer of leaf crystal, on which is arranged transparent sky blue and navy blue glass granules in a leaf-vein design. The use of cloisonné to create freehand watercolor is unique to Yoichi Ohira and the result of lengthy experimentation. It is also a first in the 5000-year history of glassmaking.

    艺术家简介 About The Artist

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    Yoichi Ohira

    Japan/日本

    *1942

    1969年,大平洋一毕业于东京的桑泽设计学院。就读期间,他阅读了日本著名作家Hiroyuki Itsuki一本以芬兰为背景的小说。这本小说把他带进了手机万博登录艺术这个神秘的世界。毕业之后,洋一在东京的Kagami水晶有限公司做了一年半的吹制手机万博登录学徒工。1971年,他又在千叶市的一个小手机万博登录厂做了一年的吹制手机万博登录工人。

    1973年,洋一搬到了威尼斯,并考上了佛罗伦萨美术学院的雕塑专业。同年,他遇到了Fucina degli Angeli的Egidio Costantini。他以手机万博登录雕塑著称。并与其展开了长时间的合作。1978年,洋一以优异的成绩从美术学院毕业。他的毕业论文《手机万博登录美学》也获得了最高分。一毕业,洋一就开始着手手机万博登录雕塑,创造了焊接钢铁与平板手机万博登录相融合的工艺品,并在很多团体及个人展览中展出。大部分展览都是在意大利。他与LaFucina degli Angeli的合作把他带入了慕拉诺岛的手机万博登录界。

    1987年,他应邀作为一个设计家为慕拉诺岛的手机万博登录艺术创作一系列的手机万博登录艺术藏品。同年,他获得了慕拉诺岛的“PremioSelezione”奖项。自20世纪90年代初,他就作为一个独立的艺术家活跃在手机万博登录界,并与慕拉诺岛最好的手机万博登录制作大师合作创作了很多作品。2001年,他被纽约康宁市康宁手机万博登录博物馆授予了Rakow Commission。

    In1969, Yoichi Ohira graduated from the Kuwasawa Design School in Tokyo. Duringhis studies there, Ohira read a novel set in Finland by Hiroyuki Itsuki, the well-known Japanese writer. This book introduced him to the fascinating world of art glass.After graduating, Ohira became a glassblowing apprentice at the Kagami CrystalCompany, Ltd. in Tokyo, where he worked for a year and a half. In 1971, he became a glassblower at a smaller glasswork in Chiba province, where he worked for one year.

    Ohira moved to Venice in 1973, and enrolled in the Sculpture program at the Accademiadi Belle Arti [Academy of Fine Arts]. That same year, he met Egidio Costantiniof Fucina degli Angeli, known for his glass sculptures, and worked as one of his collaborators for many years. In 1978, Ohira graduated from the Accademiadi Belle Arte with honors, and received the highest possible grade for his degrees thesis, The Aesthetics of Glass.

    Upon graduation, Ohira began to work in sculpture, producing works made of a combination of welded iron with plate glass, exhibiting them in group and one-man shows, mainly in Italy.His collaboration with La Fucina degli Angeli introduced him to Murano glass circles, and in 1987 he was invited as a designer to create a series of art glass collections for the de Majo glassworks of Murano. In the same year, he won the “Premio Selezione” of the Murano Prize.He has been working as an independent artist in the glass field since the early1990s, producing one-of-a-kind pieces in collaboration with the best Muranomaster glassmakers. In2001, he was awarded the Rakow Commission by the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, New York.

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