Soho Konishi of Japan holds Oshie exhibition 'Women and Flowers"'at the Art Gallery of the House of Sampoerna from 13 April to 13 May 2012. Twenty works by Oshie are framed and exhibited as part of the show.
Soho Konishi (Japan) held Oshie exhibition "Women and Flowers" at the Art Gallery of the House of Sampoerna (13 April to 13 May 2012). 20 works exhibited in a frame Oshie packaged and sold ranging in price from 1.6 to 6.8 million rupiah.
The similarities between the characteristics of the female figure and flowers in the perspective of this Japanese artist's work inspired the birth of Oshie, entitled "Women and Flowers". Soho's best works such as "Morning Glory, and Japanese Women" offered up the price of 6.8 million rupiah.
Oshie is a popular traditional Japanese craft since the Edo era (1603-1867). 3-dimensional shaped craft work that incorporates the use of materials and orchiyogami kimono (Japanese paper), filled with cotton or a sponge.
Konishi Soho is the fourth generation of art teachers from Miyabi Oshie School of Art (Kobe), which has stood since 1907. Men born in Ashiya, Japan, July 10, 1974 has been several times to follow the international exhibitions, such as "Holding by Oshie with Beautiful Time" in Osaka (1999) and in Indonesia the third time, after years in Jogjakarta (2009) and Surabaya in 2009.
Besides the exhibition, Soho also provide Oshie training to the women PKK from 31 District in Surabaya, using a rag to be utilized as a unique craft Oshie.