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Contemplating cloth: the weaving of Jun Tomita

Parry-Williams, T (2016) 'Contemplating cloth: the weaving of Jun Tomita.' Selvedge, 70. pp. 64-66. ISSN 1742-254X

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Abstract

The village of Koshihata, set on the mountain slopes of north-western Kyoto is the home and workplace of Japanese textile artist and weaver, Jun Tomita. This rural setting of neatly ordered vegetable plots and rice fields, hills and woods, with its endlessly changing views, and semi-self-sufficient lifestyle, has made the perfect locale for the contemplation and creation of now much celebrated and collected textile works.

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Divisions: Bath School of Art and Design
Date Deposited: 21 Jun 2016 17:01
Last Modified: 28 Sep 2017 08:39
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