Frame Kitchen : Chizuko Sato Sugarhouse Painted 1:12 Scale
Size (approx): 160mm (W) x 140mm (D) x 210mm (H)
Battery box is stored in the lower cabinet. There is an opening on the back of the piece. One LED light from the top ceiling.
All parts are pre-glued. All parts are glued together, the text on the front acrylic panel is handwritten. The acrylic panel can be moved up and down.
We have used some commercially available parts, but we have not left them as they are, but have arranged them in a way that is unique to Sato and fits in with his work.
Information edited by Sakatsu Gallery
I cut out a scene from a kitchen and expressed it.
Filled with a variety of ingredients such as paprika, an essential ingredient in Italian cuisine, delicious red wine, garlic hanging on the wall and short pasta in bags.
In the upper left corner, an iron device for hanging chinaware is handmade.
After a hard day's work, wipe your hands on a linen towel and take a rest on a stool.
I hand wrote the description on the acrylic cover, hoping to convey the atmosphere of a happy kitchen.
In the daytime you can leave it as it is, with the sun shining through the window, and at night you can enjoy it with the lights on.
We also have Artwork by Chizuko Sato of Sugarhouse for you to look at.
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