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Japanese artist Kay Sekimachi has created a beautiful set of leaf bowl sculptures using skeletons of actual maple leaves. The artist added Kozo paper, wate

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cool Maple Leaf Bowl Sculpture Japanese artist Kay Sekimachi has created a beautiful set of leaf bowl sculptures using skeletons of actual maple leaves. The artist added Kozo paper,.

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Beautiful Maple Leaf Bowl Sculptures by Kay Sekimachi

Fused Glass Leaf Bowl     Kay Sekimachi

Fused Glass Leaf Bowl Kay Sekimachi (I'd like to see if this piece is as thin and delicate as it appears, and if so, how one would shape, form, and detail such a delicate vessel.

Kay Sekimachi  - leaf bowls. Real leaves, with Kozo paper, watercolor paint, and Krylon coating.  Not quite as fragile as they look.

Japanese artist Kay Sekimachi has created a beautiful set of leaf bowl sculptures using skeletons of actual maple leaves. The artist added Kozo paper, watercolor and Krylon coating to the leaves to create these ethereal works of art. Via This Is Colossal…

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Ethereal bowls made from the skeletons of maple and other leaves are the latest addition to Japanese artist Kay Sekimachi’s impressive portfolio.

Contemporary Basketry: Leaves

Kay Sekimachi, Maple Leaf Bowls, skeleton of big leaf maple,

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kay sekimachi -natural and unspun flax, acrylic paint, matte medium

Pretty.. same method for lace using popped balloon?

suzegilbert: “ Kay Sekimachi’s beautiful leaf bowls currently on exhibit at Jane Sauer. I’m exploring the concept of wabi-sabi in my work and I think Kay articulates this essence so well.

Leaf Bowl Art by Kay Sekimachi (It would be cool to try to make something like this!)

Beautiful Leaf Bowls Made From Real Leaf Skeletons

Could also turn these upsidedown and make christmas ornaments. Leaf Bowl Art by Kay Sekimachi (It would be cool to try to make something like this!

Kay Sekimachi, 1998, skeleton leaves, paper, watercolor, wallpaper paste, Krylon, 7 x 6” d. Photo by M. Lee Fatherree. "In the Realm of Nature"  is on view at the MIngei International Museum, San Diego, opening September 13, 2014.

San Francisco-born Japanese artist Kay Sekimachi has created a beautiful set of leaf bowl sculptures using skeletons of actual maple leaves. The artist added Kozo paper, watercolor and Krylon coating to the leaves to create these ethereal works of art.

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Funny pictures about Amazing paper art by Peter Callesen. Oh, and cool pics about Amazing paper art by Peter Callesen. Also, Amazing paper art by Peter Callesen.

Les sculptures délicates en feuilles mortes de Kay Sekimachi

Japanese artist Kay Sekimachi has created a beautiful set of leaf bowl sculptures using skeletons of actual maple leaves. The artist added Kozo paper, wate

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