Dimensions: 37cm(H) x 28cm(W) x 28cm(D) / 14.6"(H) x 11.0"(W) x 11.0"(D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This sculpture was made in traditional Indian lost wax technique. I was inspired by the
artifacts from Sho-so-in treasures in Nara, Japan.
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Based in: Auroville
Jyoti Naoki Eri is a Japanese artist residing in Auroville – a universal township in making in South India.
He studied traditional Japanese art as the foundation to his artistic career.
He has used this strong traditional background to break barriers in his art and explore multiple techniques and mediums in his artwork such as; calligraphy, sculpture, water colours, ceramics, lacquer work etc.
1994 Graduated Doda Municipal Art High School Sculpture Course, Kyoto, Japan
1994-1999 Apprenticeship under the guidance of the sculpture master Satoshi Yabuuchi, Tokyo, Japan
1999-2000 Studied Art in London, UK under the guidance of the art historian Prof. John White, former vice-president, UCL
2000-2004 Apprenticeship under the guidance of the sculpture master Kokei Eri, Kyoto, Japan
2004 – Reside in Auroville – an International Township in making and run an art and design studio
2001 Family Art Exhibition, Wako-Ginza, Tokyo, Japan
2010 Group Show “Another Way of Tea” [Curation & Participation] Kala Kandra, Auroville, India
2010 Solo Calligraphy Exhibition “Vertical Relations” Pitanga, Aurovile, India
2012 Group Show “Ek Sutra” [Curation & Participation] India International Centre, New Delhi, India
2013 Group Show “Ek Sutra” [Curation & Participation] Jawarahar Kala Kendra, Rajastan, India
2014 Group Show “Asian Calligraphy Exhibition” [Curation & Participation] NTNU, Taipei, Taiwan
2019 Group Show Auroville Art Camp “A New World is Possible” at Center’dArt, Auroville, India
2019-2020 Solo Exhibition “Anima” Centre d’Art, Auroville, INdia
Lecture & Workshop:
Colby College, Maine, USA (2004), Ryukoku University, Kyoto, Japan (2001-2004), NTNU, Taipei, Taiwan (2014), Auro University, Gujarat, India (2015), Lalit Kala Akademi, Chennai, India (2017), Rakuten India, Bangalore, India (2019), Vana retreat, Dehradhun, India (2019), Chemould Prescott gallery, Mumbai, India (2019)
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