Kiyose Keyaki Hall "Sun, Moon"

Ceramic Relief,Metal

Ceramic Relief and Metal "Sun, Moon" / Designer, Metal Producer and Supervisor : Kiichi Sumikawa / Wellhall, Kiyose Keyaki Hall / Installed on October, 2010 See Original Painting

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Commentary

In autumn 2010, the civic center in Kiyose City, Tokyo, was renewed and "Kiyose Keyaki Hall" was born. Mural arts for it were produced by Mr. Kiichi Sumikawa, a sculptor. The expression changes according to viewing angle ... such fun murals are calling the citizens' topics.
The walls set at the place where the visitors see first after coming through the entrance can be enjoyed from the terrace on 2nd floor also. There are this work, on which flying birds are arranged with the rainbow, the sun and the moon as the symbol of hope and dream, and the work "Kiyose Stream", on which sweetfishes swim in the clear stream of Yanase River. These two works are installed facing each other on left and right walls.
This mural makes a completely different look by changing viewpoint. Since Mr. Sumikawa designed the shape of each relief by applying a delicate angle to its side, its facial expression changes according to the angle.
In addition, birds and fishes shaped simply by metal are arranged on the wall to make us feel fun and warmth.
Thoughts and unique ideas of Mr. Sumikawa, who has an atelier in this area, for the hometown has been made use of for the work.

Data

Designer, Metal Producer and SupervisorKiichi Sumikawa PlannerCREARE Atami-Yugawara Studio
LocationWellhall, Kiyose Keyaki Hall Map ProducerCREARE Atami-Yugawara Studio, (Supported by Japan Traffic Culture Association)
Installed on October, 2010 News
TypeCeramic Relief , Metal
Size6.8m × 4.1m
KeywordsSun , Moon

Data

Designer, Metal Producer and SupervisorKiichi Sumikawa
LocationWellhall, Kiyose Keyaki Hall Map
Installed on October, 2010
TypeCeramic Relief , Metal
Size6.8m × 4.1m
KeywordsSun , Moon
PlannerCREARE Atami-Yugawara Studio
ProducerCREARE Atami-Yugawara Studio, (Supported by Japan Traffic Culture Association)
News

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