Stained Glass "Scene of Light" / Original Painter and Supervisor : Hideho Aso / Over the west side stair on East-west free passage, JR Shinagawa Station / Installed on November, 1998
Hideho AsoSculptorThinking of "Scene of Light" (November 2017)
Although I majored in oil painting, I met a technique called mosaic to express with stones and small pieces of glass and was fascinated by its rich facial expressions, when I was in the third year in college. Although you may think "stones?", stones also have various colors and expressions. Since then, I think that there is no need to limit the means, I have expressed in all forms.
What I keep in mind with public art production is to be the background of the people there. I don't want to be self-assertive, and want to create a scene suitable for the place. In particular, the place where "Scene of Light" is installed is a place where unspecified people pass. It is not a place to stop feet and appreciate art, so I thought a design that would not be an obstruction.
I drew the original painting, made the original size drawing, colored while meeting with craftsmen, and so on. The work could not be completed without cooperation by many people. I still appreciate it. I also appreciate that the work has been cared so far, although there are not a few arts that will disappear with the change of the times.
A scene of the light in the four seasons, spreading over the heavens and the earth.
Arabesque of light and color reflected brightly on stained glass seems to be playing harmony with pleasure.
|Original Painter and Supervisor||Hideho Aso||Planner||Japan Traffic Culture Association|
|Location||Over the west side stair on East-west free passage, JR Shinagawa Station Map||Producer||Modern Mural Arts Institute (currently CREARE Studio)|
|Installed on||November, 1998||News|
|Size||1.8m × 13.4m|
|Original Painter and Supervisor||Hideho Aso|
|Location||Over the west side stair on East-west free passage, JR Shinagawa Station Map|
|Installed on||November, 1998|
|Size||1.8m × 13.4m|
|Planner||Japan Traffic Culture Association|
|Producer||Modern Mural Arts Institute (currently CREARE Studio)|
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