Junji Shioda

乾漆縄文盛器

  • Lacquerware
  • Presented in 1997
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Category Lacquerware
Year Presented 1997
Exhibition The 44th Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
Awards Japan Kōgei Association President Award

  • Dry lacquer

    For works of dry lacquer (kanshitsu), first a clay form is created and plaster is used to take a mold of the form. Next, repeated layers of hemp cloth and lacquer are applied to the mold until they are built up to the desired thickness. Finally, the mold is removed and additional coats of lacquer are applied to finish the piece. The hemp fibers are strengthened when the lacquer bonds with them, making dry lacquer an excellent technique for creating sturdy forms with a significant degree of freedom.

Junji Shioda

photo Junji Shioda

SHIODA creates relaxing and warm works.