Polishing the Wood and the Shell: A Workshop by Japanese Artists
Japanese artists Kenta and Nao are from Yakushima, Japan, an island registered as a World Heritage Site. On the island, primary forest remains, which include of a variety of Japanese cedar known as Yakusugi, some more than 1,000 years old.
Kenta and Nao will teach you how to make accessories using this oldest tree in the world and the great green turban shell, which is also famous on Yakushima. All human beings possess a talent for art. Art is for everyone.
The wood and shell shine when polished. If you improve your talent they shine more. When they shine the earth shines. This is a universal principal of nature.
Feel free to join us. Whole sessions will be translated into Thai and English.