Continuing where we left off, today we take another visit to Shunkaen, Kimura’s garden, and S-Cube, and Yorozuen and check their pottery. So, without further ado:
Kobayashi San has one of the most impressive collections of antique and world class pottery available anywhere in Japan. Many of the containers on display and in the several sales areas are famous and published in exhibition albums(and those albums are always available nearby for you to take a look!).
There are several display areas, and, sadly, I didn’t get any decent photos of the upstairs display area with smaller and medium pots, but, suffice to say, it was impressive, nearly everything in pristine condition.
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Si studia la pianta. Si polisce e risana il secco. Melanie con la fresa Sul retro Melanie lavora un moncone di legna secca poco interessante. Lavori sullo shari Melanie studia un progetto Ecco il fronte Si fila e si pota. sia un ramo troppo grosso Il fronte. Lato sinistro Lato destro il retro Il lavoro per domani, filatura e potatura di un mio abete
Here’s my first zuisho I was given to style.
There was no angle change or front change (the first pic). It was just a case of cleaning it up, jining the dead back branch and wiring the tree up.
One thing I did is I split the back branch into two levels (as it was long) to replace the missing back branch.
What Oyakata did is spread the branches more. I thought I had spread them fairly well but, he says that if there is space the pads need to be spread out a lot, as it looks natural. Growth would naturally spread towards areas of space and light in nature. In time as the tree grows these areas will fill out.
The main branch is actually made of two branches which I made into one pad but, Oyakata changed it a bit by making it a pad…
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