Hiroyuki Yamamoto

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    33cm x 64cm x 18cm



In bamboo amimono (plaiting), hundreds of thin bamboo fibers are plaited together to create forms. Various patterns and forms can be created by varying the widths and thicknesses of the bamboo strips. A wide range of plaiting styles are used to create works that convey pliability of bamboo and the beauty of the patterns it creates.

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Hiroyuki Yamamoto

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  • / Associate member, Japan Kogei Association

YAMAMOTO applies a wickerwork weave technique involving skipping and crossing several whittled horizontal and vertical bamboo sticks; in particular, he is an expert at baskets produced by using ・・・

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