Yoshimasa Tsuchiya is a Japanese sculptor born in 1977 in Kanagawa, Japan. He makes wooden sculptures of aerial animals whose concept and motifs are inspired by Japanese folklore, myths or his own dreams. In 2003 he mastered from Tokyo University of the Arts and four years later he also completed Doctorate degree; Tsuchiya’s major is wood carving. His sculptures vary in the size between 20-40/70 cm of height. All of them embody delicacy, stillness and calmness. These creatures really give out a dreamy image as if they have just walked out of a fairytale or a dream. (viaCandified)
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