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  Riusuke Fukahori - Goldfish Salvation
Riusuke Fukahori - Goldfish Salvation


 
Riusuke Fukahori was born 1973 in Aichi prefecture where he also graduated at a design university in 1995. It is on 2002 that Riusuke started using acrylic and resin to meticulously draw goldfish layer by layer to achieve a 3D effect close to a sculpture. The result are very realistically looking goldfishes frozen in time swimming in all kind of containers ranging from wooden tubs in all sizes, shells, metal boxes or bamboo. 

Riusuke states that the idea of creating goldfish sculptures came to his mind during a long period of depressions when he was spending a lot of time at home. Watching his own goldfish at home cheered him up and gave him inspiration and energy to start his new goldfish art. It took until 2005 until Ruisuke got recognized in Japan and his international debut was in 2008 on the Shanghai Art Fair. He then also exhibited his art in Taiwan and Germany and recently was promoted by the ICN gallery in London.

In his book he shares pictures of his artwork as well as his thoughts about it in Japanese and English language.



 Release Date: August 2, 2011 
 Pages:122 pages 
 


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Riusuke Fukahori was born 1973 in Aichi prefecture where he also graduated at a design university in 1995. It is on 2002 that Riusuke started using acrylic and resin to meticulously draw goldfish layer by layer to achieve a 3D effect close to a sculpture. The result are very realistically looking goldfishes frozen in time swimming in all kind of containers ranging from wooden tubs in all sizes, shells, metal boxes or bamboo.


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works of beauty - Goldfish Salvation December 6, 2013
Reviewer: Emily Cerezo  
So beautiful ! brings tears to my eyes to see such talent you are truly gifted Bless you !

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