Glass artist based in Hokkaido, Japan. Influenced by her father, a glass artist, Yuki Nishiyama studied glass art in Toyama, Japan, under Yoshihiko Takahashi. Her works are characterized by their depiction of the richness of nature and delicate expression of its vitality. She performs the entire process from glassblowing, cutting, and painting, creating a world of depth in which her painting and glass become one.
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POINT OF VIEW
Flowers and plants, insects, shimmering water, sunshine, and snowy landscapes. Yuki uses her body and all five senses to gather up the healthy world of nature and reflect it in transparent glass. Her works, in which graceful delicacy and solid vitality coexist, have an overwhelming power to attract people.
CRAFT ARTIST BIOGRAPHY
Born in Hokkaido, Japan
Graduated from Akita Municipal Junior College of Arts and Crafts
Graduated from Toyama City Institute of Glass Art
Assistant at Takahashi Yoshihiko Glass Studio
Worked at Toyama Glass Studio
Began working as an artist based in Hokkaido
Solo exhibition at Savoir Vivre (repeated every year since)
Solo Exhibition at Mitsukoshi, Ginza, Tokyo
Solo Exhibition at Enjudo Gallery Sophora, Kyoto
Solo Exhibition at Nihonbashi Takashimaya, Tokyo