"My glass sculptures are created by the technique of applying a gold inlay. This is a decorative technique of lacquer crafts, and allows me to try new expressions, making full use of the transparency of glass.
"By using flat glass, I can explore the boundary between the plane and the solid, and pursue an expression that allows them to intersect as much as possible. Even if I draw a line drawing on a flat surface called flat glass, if the thickness of the glass is 1mm, it will no longer be a plane, and that action will be a three-dimensional approach. The act of considering the outline according to the motif drawn is also a planar approach, and I am making ideas from both sides."
Working in Yamaguchi, Japan
2012 Glass Certification Studies Program and Advanced Research Studies Programme, Toyama City Institute of Glass Art, Toyama, Japan
2016-2018 Kanazawa Utatsuyama Kogei Kobo, Ishikawa, Japan
Kanzawa Utatsuyama Kogei Kobo, Kanazawa, Japan Kirara Glass Factory, Yamaguchi, Japan
Rakusui-tei Museum of Art, Toyama, Japan
Toyama City, Toyama, Japan
Toyama Glass Art Museum, Toyama, Japan