Starting with a sheet of metal, you use a wide range of implements and beat it from both the front and the back many times to create a three-dimensional form. Some are highly pronounced three-dimensional forms, while others are shallow reliefs like those seen on brooches and kimono sash ornaments.
- Metal works
- / Full member, Japan Kogei Association
OSHIYAMA incorporates Japanese natural phenomena and scenery, including animals and plants, as the typical design images of her work. In the color expression of her metalworks she stresses the i・・・