Hiroshi Yamano is active/lives in Japan. Hiroshi Yamano is known for glass art-fish in motion.
Harmonizing ancient traditions with cutting-edge techniques originating in Japan, Europe, and the United States, Hiroshi Yamano's glass art exemplifies the generative potential of cultural interchange while commenting on his own search for experiences that transcend borders. His pieces frequently incorporate silvery glass fish that appear in constant motion - slipping in and out of elegant vessel forms that evoke the constant flow of water. Referencing the ocean as both a bridge and a barrier between Japan and the West, his art offers the sea as an evocative symbol of the conflicts between tradition and change, isolation and openness - an elemental space that both encloses and embraces the complex dialogues of personal and national identity ... Displaying 750 of 2543 characters.