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Gold Gradation and Nunome Inlay with Kimiaki Kageyama

Workshop  /  Technics   ProfessionalPractice   Making  /  19 Aug 2019  -  24 Aug 2019
Published: 30.07.2019
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Intro
In this workshop we will prepare gold gradation material, going from yellow 18K gold to white silver in a single piece, at the same time we will work in Nunome inlay on a separate piece of Japanese alloy.
When: 19th - 24th of August, 8 hours a day, 48 hours in total.
Cost: $1150 USD per person (1030 € approx.)
Language: English

>> Once you sign up for the workshop, there are no cancellations or returns of any kind.


About the teacher:
Kimiaki Kageyama is one of the most important artists and teachers in Japan, at the moment he is a teacher at Hiko Mizuno College in Tokyo, he also gives workshops in Taiwan, Italy, Switzerland and Mexico. He has been at Hard to Find the last few years teaching traditional Japanese techniques. Awarded with the prestigious Herbert Hoffman prize and multiple solo exhibitions around the globe.
 

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Kimiaki Kageyama
Kimiaki Kageyama. Ring: Stone of Kamo River, 2015. 300 years old Urushi, pigment of cinnabar, gold pigment, japanese coral.. 4,5 x 5,5 x 2,5 cm. Photo by: Kimiaki Kageyama. Published at: Schmuck 2018 Catalogue. Kimiaki Kageyama
Ring: Stone of Kamo River, 2015
300 years old Urushi, pigment of cinnabar, gold pigment, japanese coral.
4,5 x 5,5 x 2,5 cm
Photo by: Kimiaki Kageyama
Published at: Schmuck 2018 Catalogue
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Kimiaki Kageyama. Brooch: Rose, 2016. Iron, steel, urethane resin paint, 18K gold.. Kimiaki Kageyama
Brooch: Rose, 2016
Iron, steel, urethane resin paint, 18K gold.
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Kimiaki Kageyama. Ring: Stone of Kamu River, 2016. 300 year-old Urushi, 20K gold, pigment of cinnabar, Mexican opal, epoxy resin.. 2.3 x 2.3 x 3.5 cm. Kimiaki Kageyama
Ring: Stone of Kamu River, 2016
300 year-old Urushi, 20K gold, pigment of cinnabar, Mexican opal, epoxy resin.
2.3 x 2.3 x 3.5 cm
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