Many of my sculptures represent two forms pulling away from, or compressing against, each other. They act as metaphors for human relationships that are based on impending separation or forced attachment. Many people find the development of relationships to be a source of anxiety, and I attempt to express this interactive struggle through the physical movement of the clay.
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TIM ROWAN AND SHUMPEI YAMAKI
November 15 to 17, 2018
Opening reception: 6pm to 8pm November 15, 2018
Tim Rowan has Bizen training and Shumpei Yamaki studied pottery in America in an exhibit that focuses on work made in a wood fire kiln.
Tim who uses traditional techniques in modern ceramic sculptures
and Shumpei who is a dinosaur mania, use a wood fire kiln to create the world of ancient dinosaurs.
In the relationship of best friends, mentors, the two affected.
It is an exhibition that shows the different of personality , common in a single passion.
ティム ロワン 八巻駿平