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As I explore these forms on paper I follow a distant glow at the heart of passion. As I mark out the shapes, do they evolve on a line or are the factors too plentiful to plot? It must be the latter, for any undue restraint imposed on the process by the body and mind leads less to inspired expression and more towards contriction and redundancy. The spirit of freshness and the life energy of light and purity are the factors of creativity and these entities are precious.

Permeable Existence No.2, once output on paper was destined for 3 dimensionality. The yellow cedar sculpture bares its natural surface—the lightness of which was desirable (it is more on the white side than yellow). This also places the viewer in closer contact with the tree further enhancing the natural simplicity of the form. The title alludes to the non-physical realm of being and suggests accessibility.

By giving deep attention to the inseparable interplay between form and emptiness, which is an example of many such dualities, I unravel corresponding assumptions and am brought in touch with the significance this has on our general sense of reality. Also, by penetrating into this dichotomy, I seek to find harmonious yet intriguing creations.
As I explore these forms on paper I follow a distant glow at the heart of passion. As I mark out the shapes, do they evolve on a line or are the factors too plentiful to plot? It must be the latter, for any undue restraint imposed on the process by the body and mind leads less to inspired expression and more towards contriction and redundancy. The spirit of freshness and the life energy of light and purity are the factors of creativity and these entities are precious.

Permeable Existence No.2, once output on paper was destined for 3 dimensionality. The yellow cedar sculpture bares its natural surface—the lightness of which was desirable (it is more on the white side than yellow). This also places the viewer in closer contact with the tree further enhancing the natural simplicity of the form. The title alludes to the non-physical realm of being and suggests accessibility.

By giving deep attention to the inseparable interplay between form and emptiness, which is an example of many such dualities, I unravel corresponding assumptions and am brought in touch with the significance this has on our general sense of reality. Also, by penetrating into this dichotomy, I seek to find harmonious yet intriguing creations.
As I explore these forms on paper I follow a distant glow at the heart of passion. As I mark out the shapes, do they evolve on a line or are the factors too plentiful to plot? It must be the latter, for any undue restraint imposed on the process by the body and mind leads less to inspired expression and more towards contriction and redundancy. The spirit of freshness and the life energy of light and purity are the factors of creativity and these entities are precious.

Permeable Existence No.2, once output on paper was destined for 3 dimensionality. The yellow cedar sculpture bares its natural surface—the lightness of which was desirable (it is more on the white side than yellow). This also places the viewer in closer contact with the tree further enhancing the natural simplicity of the form. The title alludes to the non-physical realm of being and suggests accessibility.

By giving deep attention to the inseparable interplay between form and emptiness, which is an example of many such dualities, I unravel corresponding assumptions and am brought in touch with the significance this has on our general sense of reality. Also, by penetrating into this dichotomy, I seek to find harmonious yet intriguing creations.
As I explore these forms on paper I follow a distant glow at the heart of passion. As I mark out the shapes, do they evolve on a line or are the factors too plentiful to plot? It must be the latter, for any undue restraint imposed on the process by the body and mind leads less to inspired expression and more towards contriction and redundancy. The spirit of freshness and the life energy of light and purity are the factors of creativity and these entities are precious.

Permeable Existence No.2, once output on paper was destined for 3 dimensionality. The yellow cedar sculpture bares its natural surface—the lightness of which was desirable (it is more on the white side than yellow). This also places the viewer in closer contact with the tree further enhancing the natural simplicity of the form. The title alludes to the non-physical realm of being and suggests accessibility.

By giving deep attention to the inseparable interplay between form and emptiness, which is an example of many such dualities, I unravel corresponding assumptions and am brought in touch with the significance this has on our general sense of reality. Also, by penetrating into this dichotomy, I seek to find harmonious yet intriguing creations.
As I explore these forms on paper I follow a distant glow at the heart of passion. As I mark out the shapes, do they evolve on a line or are the factors too plentiful to plot? It must be the latter, for any undue restraint imposed on the process by the body and mind leads less to inspired expression and more towards contriction and redundancy. The spirit of freshness and the life energy of light and purity are the factors of creativity and these entities are precious.

Permeable Existence No.2, once output on paper was destined for 3 dimensionality. The yellow cedar sculpture bares its natural surface—the lightness of which was desirable (it is more on the white side than yellow). This also places the viewer in closer contact with the tree further enhancing the natural simplicity of the form. The title alludes to the non-physical realm of being and suggests accessibility.

By giving deep attention to the inseparable interplay between form and emptiness, which is an example of many such dualities, I unravel corresponding assumptions and am brought in touch with the significance this has on our general sense of reality. Also, by penetrating into this dichotomy, I seek to find harmonious yet intriguing creations.
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Abstract Wood Sculpture - Permeable Existence No.2 - 2019 - Yellow Cedar
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Abstract Wood Sculpture - Permeable Existence No.2 - 2019 - Yellow Cedar Sculpture

Mike Sasaki

Canada

Sculpture, Wood on Wood

Size: 5.3 W x 5.3 H x 3.8 D in

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As I explore these forms on paper I follow a distant glow at the heart of passion. As I mark out the shapes, do they evolve on a line or are the factors too plentiful to plot? It must be the latter, for any undue restraint imposed on the process by the body and mind leads less to inspired expression and more towards contriction and redundancy. The spirit of freshness and the life energy of light and purity are the factors of creativity and these entities are precious. Permeable Existence No.2, once output on paper was destined for 3 dimensionality. The yellow cedar sculpture bares its natural surface—the lightness of which was desirable (it is more on the white side than yellow). This also places the viewer in closer contact with the tree further enhancing the natural simplicity of the form. The title alludes to the non-physical realm of being and suggests accessibility. By giving deep attention to the inseparable interplay between form and emptiness, which is an example of many such dualities, I unravel corresponding assumptions and am brought in touch with the significance this has on our general sense of reality. Also, by penetrating into this dichotomy, I seek to find harmonious yet intriguing creations.

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Size:5.3 W x 5.3 H x 3.8 D in

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Mike Sasaki was born in Toronto, Canada. He graduated from the Bachelor of Design Honours program at York University / Sheridan College in 2005. He lived in Tokyo, Japan for 5 years where he was immersed in traditional and modern Japanese culture. The martial arts philosophies have played an important role in his artistic development. In his search for a hands on approach he has found sculpting in wood a wonderful solution. He is currently living in Metro Vancouver and focusing on the metamorphic line of abstract wood forms.

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