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Asahikawa Airport "The Sparkling Earth"

Stained Glass

Stained Glass "The Sparkling Earth" / Original Painter and Supervisor : Sawato Fukui / 1st Floor, Terminal Building, Asahikawa Airport / Installed on September 27, 2014 See Original Painting

Production Scene

Artist's Message

Sawato FukuiJapanese-style PainterThere are rich changes in the four seasons in this northern earth,
and the sparkling wind blows through far aiming at the horizon.
Even if you ask for the destination, since it's far too infinite,
no one can answer.
However, nature sometimes shows a tough expression and sometimes wraps the residents and the travelers gently also.
I entrusted the glass with a paean to this clear and beautiful landscape.

Commentary

This public art work is a stained glass entitled "The Sparkling Earth", which was produced based on the original painting drawn for Asahikawa Airport by Sawato Fukui, a Japanese-style painter born in Asahikawa city.
A paean to the beautiful landscape of the clear northern earth with rich variety of seasons is expressed.

Data

Original Painter and SupervisorSawato Fukui PlannerJapan Traffic Culture Association
Location1st Floor, Terminal Building, Asahikawa Airport Map ProducerCREARE Atami-Yugawara Studio
Installed on September 27, 2014 News
TypeStained Glass
Size6.8m (right) + 4.5m (left) × 2.5m
KeywordsDaisetsuzan Volcanic Group , Mountain , Birch , Hamanasu , Pond , Swan , Cherry Tree

Data

Original Painter and SupervisorSawato Fukui
Location1st Floor, Terminal Building, Asahikawa Airport Map
Installed on September 27, 2014
TypeStained Glass
Size6.8m (right) + 4.5m (left) × 2.5m
KeywordsDaisetsuzan Volcanic Group , Mountain , Birch , Hamanasu , Pond , Swan , Cherry Tree
PlannerJapan Traffic Culture Association
ProducerCREARE Atami-Yugawara Studio
News

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