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Bayne Peterson is an artist who creates sculptural works by joining layers of dyed plywood with glue, roughly joining each block to form a large shape, and then creating organic shapes. The interesting use of materials and the softness created by not applying varnish or other finishes to the surface present a very unique texture and sense of presence. This work was born from an attempt by an artist who mainly works in three dimensions to produce a two-dimensional work with the same motif.

Bayne Peterson's sculptures feature fluid forms and complex optical patterning. Peterson received an MFA in sculpture from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2013. His works have been exhibited at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI, the RISD Museum, Providence, RI, the Toyama Prefectural Museum of Arts and Design, Toyama, Japan, and the Museum of Arts and Design, NY, among other venues. Collections include the Museum of Arts and Design, NY, The Hallmark Art Collection, Kansas City, MO, The Progressive Art Collection, Fidelity Investments Corporate Art Collection, and the RISD Museum, Providence, RI.

Price

Sale price¥100,000

About Frame

About Frame

Size: 40.0 × 55.0 cm
Weight: approx. 1.8kg
Material: wood, acrylic (70% of UV cut)

 

About Frame

About Frame

Size: 40.0 × 55.0 cm
Weight: approx. 1.8kg
Material: wood, acrylic (70% of UV cut)

 
Quantity:
Size/WeightImage Size: 39.9 × ×29.3 cm
MaterialPaper: Echizen Kizuki Hosho Washi made by Living National Treasure, Ichibei Iwano
FeatureType of print: Woodcut print
NotesLimited Edition: 80 / Year of publication: 2021
Supervision: The Adachi Foundation for the Preservation of Woodcut Printing
Production: The Adachi Institute of Woodcut Prints

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Our mission

At Adachi Institute of Woodcut Prints, we create attractive works that are in keeping with the times while maintaining the basics of traditional woodcut printing techniques.

Careful quality and materials

At Adachi Institute of Woodcut Prints, we use carefully selected materials and tools to bring out the original beauty of woodcut prints to the fullest.

Making Process & Adachi's Artisans

The production of ukiyo-e, which developed as a commercial printing method, focused on efficiency and profitability. And so, all processes are streamlined and sophisticated. We will introduce the basics of ukiyo-e techniques through the production process of Katsushika Hokusai's masterpiece "The Great Wave off Kanagawa."

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