Oriental lacquer art is almost a forgotten art form that originated from Asia. These gorgeous handmade pieces and the very techniques of making an item using natural lacquer is worth preserving. The texture and feel of lacquer objects while soft to the touch, is very hard-wearing, and although often delicate looking are not at all fragile. It is a chance to create a memorable spatial encounter with the art of lacquer. The well-crafted details with unusual material combinations offer an element of surprise in the different space.
The Gallery by SOIL works with designers, art consultants and private clients on commissions across a range of hand crafted creations, including lacquer sculpture, wall art and smaller decorative object. For more information on our artists and artisans and the pieces they can create, please visit our showroom at The Gallery by SOIL, 1H, Hollywood Building, 186 Hollywood Rd, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong.
Tue - Fri 12nn - 6pm
Sat - Sun 12nn - 6:30pm
Closed on Mondays and Public Holidays
Please contact us and we can arrange a time for you to discuss your ideas, timescale and budget.
Our artist Mine Tanigawa was commissioned by Shangri-la Qiantan Hotel in Shanghai to create a series of wall pieces simulating brush strokes.
In response to the design brief, this lacquer work is substantial in size to interpret the powerful ink brush which gives strength.
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We works with artists, artisans craft designers in Hong Kong and Asia across a range of hand crafted creations,
including lacquer, ceramics, hand painted pottery, metal works, glass, bamboo, fabrics.
For more information on these pieces they can create, please visit our showroom at
Shop H, Hollywood Building, 186 Hollywood Rd, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong (Main Entrance at supper Station Street).
Or let us know via this form for enquires.