Forging metal with hammering, thousands of tempers are like long-term scouring. The metal gradually takes shape, but the material still retains the original extraordinary tension. As a craftsman, he often feels that creation is a dialogue with the work rather than a one-way operation. The finished small flower vessel is shaped like a stone in the river, combining the people and materials' will. To fill with plant and delight, the vessel has a Zen sense and reflects the rock's vitality in the Oirase stream. He hopes that his works can add beauty to everyone's lives and nourish the soul and strengthen the will.
Date: 3 April 2021 (Saturday)
Time: 2pm - 2:45pm
Venue: S307, 3/F, Block A, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong
時間 : 2pm - 2:45pm
語言 : 廣東話