Yoshimasa Tsuchiya

Yoshimasa Tsuchiya

Yoshimasa Tsuchiya is an up-and-coming Japanese sculptor who uses traditional Buddhist techniques to create wood carving animals, including animals in mythical and imagination. Tsuchiyas animal works always use crystal eyes, and featuring delicate pale color, transience and kindness overflowing from the entire work.

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Biography
  1. 1977 Born in Kanagawa, Japan
  2. 2001 Completed Bachelor degree, Sculpture course, Faculty of Fine Arts, Tokyo National University of Fine Art and Music, Salon de Printemps Priz
  3. 2003 Completed Master's degree, Conservation Course, Faculty of Fine Arts, Tokyo National University of Fine Art and Music, Salon de Printemps Prize
  4. 2007 Completed Doctorate degree, Conservation Course, Faculty of Fine Arts, Tokyo National University of Fine Art and Music
Exhibitions
  1. 2015 Yoshimasa Tsuchiya New Sculpture MEGUMI OGITA GALLERY, Tokyo
  2. 2014 Group Exhibition, Japanese Posts James Christie Room in Hong Kong
  3. 2012 Solo Exhibition Sylvan Whispers, MEGUMI OGITA GALLERY, Tokyo
  4. 2011 Solo Exhibition, MEGUMI OGITA GALLERY, Tokyo
  5. 2007 Solo Exhibition, Gallery Eve, Tokyo
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