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(Currently not exhibited) "Mountain God on Clouds"

Ceramic Relief

Ceramic Relief "Mountain God on Clouds" / Original Painter and Supervisor : Akemi Takatsu / Installed on February 2, 2012 (Currently not exhibited)
* The production and installation of this art work was subsidized as a CSR and PR project by the Japan Lottery Association. See Original Painting

Production Scene

Artist's Message

Akemi TakatsuDyeing CraftsmanWhen viewing Aso mountains floating in the sea of clouds far away from Daikan peak, my heart is filled with awe to nature.
And after the sea of clouds disappears, the bright shape of the mountains spreads to the back of the eyelids like a panorama.

Commentary

With the completion of the first stage construction for implovement of Kumamoto Airport Terminal, a ceramics relief "Mountain God on Clouds" were installed, and its original painter and supervisor is Akemi Takatsu, Dyeing Craftsman, who lives in Kumamoto City. She expresses the magnificent view of Mt. Aso which is also a symbol of Kyushu in a bright and energetic way. Komezuka floating in the sea of clouds and Aso mountains such as Nekodake, Takadake and Nakadake spread in front of you. The entrance of Kumamoto Airport is decorated with a powerful ceramic relief and it entertains the visitors.
By making use of traditional Japanese pottery techniques in its production, with giving bold unevenness to it, we completed it as a powerful work created with shades and glaze colors.

Data

Original Painter and SupervisorAkemi Takatsu PlannerJapan Traffic Culture Association
Location(Currently not exhibited) Map ProducerCREARE Atami-Yugawara Studio, CREARE Shigaraki Studio
Installed on February 2, 2012 SponsorJapan Lottery Association
TypeCeramic Relief News
SizeH 4.5m × W 4.0m
KeywordsAso , Sea of Clouds , Komezuka , Neko Peak , Taka Peak , Naka Peak

Data

Original Painter and SupervisorAkemi Takatsu
Location(Currently not exhibited) Map
Installed on February 2, 2012
TypeCeramic Relief
SizeH 4.5m × W 4.0m
KeywordsAso , Sea of Clouds , Komezuka , Neko Peak , Taka Peak , Naka Peak
PlannerJapan Traffic Culture Association
ProducerCREARE Atami-Yugawara Studio, CREARE Shigaraki Studio
SponsorJapan Lottery Association
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