Ryosuke Ueda's Profile
Everyone is always interested in the current trends or having modern art that matches the home, interior decor, or something where they can learn more from the artist (who is still living rather). Recently from my observations, antiques have been perceived incorrectly or given a bad rap or even too much scrutiny.
It is the missing pieces that makes antiques mysterious. It is the passages of time that makes antiques so special. No one would take the time or effort to keep something or preserve something for more than 100 or even 500 years. Although finding that special piece is difficult and people's tastes are different, I wanted to share the value and care people in the past have taken to pass things down to the next generation.
Japanese antiques was not something for me to learn about my own past, but it contained the value of form and...
- Born on December 7
- Joined October 7, 2011