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Naomi Yasui ‘Vase No.7’ 2014

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Naomi Yasui ‘Vase No.7’ 2014

from 150.00

Artist: Naomi Yasui

Details: Archival quality, Giclée print accompanied by a hand numbered certificate of authenticity, which states Sagan Editions has permission from the artist to produce the edition. Printed with a white border surround for easy framing. Available in two sizes- 12x16 + 16x20, unframed or framed. Limited edition: 150. Made in Canada. 

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Artist: Naomi Yasui

Details: Archival quality, Giclée print accompanied by a hand numbered certificate of authenticity, which states Sagan Editions has permission from the artist to produce the edition. Printed with a white border surround for easy framing. Available in two sizes- 12x16 + 16x20, unframed or framed. Limited edition: 150. Made in Canada. 

Framing Options: pine, white, aluminium, and black.

Artist Bio:

Naomi Yasui

Naomi Yasui

 

As a ceramic artist, working in sculpture, performance and installation, Naomi Yasui’s conceptual practice revolves around process, form, and happenstance.  Her work enforces the notion of an aesthetic and spiritual pursuit rather than a concrete objective, lending insight into an ongoing practice.  Focusing on the act of making as an extension of sentient being, she explores the intimate bond between maker and object. Yasui uses the abstraction of traditional techniques to exercise artistic expression, to place side-by-side the domestic object and conceptual art.  

Yasui studied Material Art and Design at the Ontario College of Art and Design.  She has exhibited nationally and internationally.  Recent solo exhibitions include Chapter IV: Painting with Fire presented at ESP Gallery, Toronto (2014); Chapter XI: Vases at Katharine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects, Toronto (2013); and Wardens Abroad at Sur la Montagne (with Heather Goodchild), Berlin (2012). Recent group exhibitions include The Japaense Canadian Cultural Centre, Toronto (2015); Narwhal Contemporary Art Projects, Toronto (2014); The Power Plant, Toronto (2013); and Battat Contemporary Gallery, Montreal (2013) Yasui was granted an artist-in-residence placement at Guldagergaard in Skælskor,Denmark in 2014. In collaboration with Heather Goodchild, Yasui runs the online project The Wardens Today.  She lives and works in Toronto, Canada.