Source: @masakiya1624 Return To The Wondrous Woods: Japanese Artists Shine At Bokura no Mori 2 Exhibition 2019-02-18 Mon 2019-02-18 Mon Combining the themes of "a sense of wonder" and the natural world, last year's Bokura no Mori ボクらのもり (literally "Our Forest") brought together talented Japanese artists displaying a variety of small-scale works ranging from accessories, sculptures, art objects, paintings and more. Fortunately for those who missed it, this little exhibition is back for a second round, this time at the maruse B1 gallery innervisions in Meguro. If you plan on being in Tokyo between March 1st and 17th and have an interest in art, especially if you'd like to take something home with you, you may want to stop by. 自在展の次は！【#ボクらのもり展2 】＜会期＞2019年3月1日（金）～3月17日（日）13時～19時（最終日18時まで）※水木定休＜会場（最寄り駅：目黒）＞maruseB1gallery(マルセビーワンギャラリー)https://t.co/m19yHkKum5隣の「寄生虫館」も必見です✨ pic.twitter.com/EdgKRjm3SR— 我流切紙人：自在展・おりあみ展・蝶々企画展・ボクもり2・八百万参 (@garyukirigami) February 16, 2019 In anticipation of the event, many of the participating artists have been active on Twitter, using the hashtag #ボクらのもり展2 and posting images of the works they intend to show (and sell). Here are a few which caught our attention: Masakiya (@masakiya1624), who works primarily in kirie paper cutting but also creates resin sculptures, graciously allowed us to use the image of her beautiful creation called sora mimizuku 宙ミミズク, which reminds us a bit of Cosmic Owl from Adventure Time: 宙ミミズク1号、完成しました。ミミズクが内包しているのは星と宇宙です。#レジン#ボクらのもり展2 pic.twitter.com/wlMY3dLfVc— まさきや(真咲屋) (@masakiya1624) February 17, 2019 "I completed sora mimizuku #1 | Contained within the horned owl are stars and space." Illustrator and designer junya (@junya_uzawa) will exhibit miniature framed paintings: ミニ額いい感じ！#ボクらのもり展2 に連れていきます！(＊ ˃ᆺ˂)つ✨#ミニ原画 #アクリル画#木製リーフフレームS pic.twitter.com/Ki3ikUR5zj— じゅんや／純夜 (junya) (@junya_uzawa) February 17, 2019 "My mini frames are looking good! | I'll bring them along to Bokura no Mori 2." Yamashis Works (@yamashis_works), who creates art he calls kiriorigami combining kirie and origami techniques, will debut his new series: #ボクらのもり展2これまでは置型の作品中心でしたが、今回は新しいパターンの作品も展開してみます！ヤムシスワークス初の額作品はボクらのもり展2でデビュー！もうちょい作るよ！※額装作品は数があまり準備できないので、会期終了後に発送させていただきたいと思ってます pic.twitter.com/D1nnsfJnE9— ヤムシスワークス@3月もり展2、カエルの縁起物展 (@yamshis_works) February 16, 2019 "Until now I've focused on stand-along pieces but in this new series, I'm exploring a new pattern! | The first framed pieces from Yamashis Works, debuting at Bokura no Mori 2!" Kirie and tsumamizaiku つまみ細工 (pinching craft) artist koame (@koame__) will have a spring-themed selection representing both of her art styles. 【ボクらのもり展2】2019年3月1日（金）～3月17日（日）13時～19時（最終日18時まで）※水木定休maruseB1galle参戦しますꐕ ꐕ ꐕｳｪｰｲ3月9日、10日に在廊予定です(^-^)個人的春の新作祭りです！#ボクらのもり展2 pic.twitter.com/9omCrl7aA6— こあめ@ボクらのもり展2 (@koame__) February 3, 2019 Seed bead artist yoshie*beads (@yoshiebeads) will exhibit her latest adorable tiny creatures made of the smallest seed beads: 今年も出展します。ボクらのもり展2今回はシマエナガも登場！もちろん、前回同様、フクロウ・リス・キツネ・ウサギ等も連れて行きます！そして、（なぜか）ドラゴンも(^^) pic.twitter.com/MxcRf8EYFU— ビーズの庭＊ボクらのもり展2 (@yoshiebeads) February 3, 2019 "I will be exhibiting this year as well at Bokura no Mori 2 | This time, you'll also see a long-tailed tit! | Of course, like last time, I'll also bring along owls, squirrels, foxes, rabbits and others! | And (don't ask me why, but) also dragons! :)" Piisuke (@KAPUSERUDO), who loves birds (particularly parakeets) and fish, will be exhibiting accessories such as these, also featuring a long-tailed tit (Yes, that's the name of the bird). 飛んでるシマエナガと雪の結晶のネックレス❄ #シマエナガ #ボクらのもり展2 pic.twitter.com/uunj8ITdTP— ぴいすけ (@KAPUSERUDO) February 16, 2019 "A necklace combining a long-tailed tit in mid-flight and a snowflake." Exhibition Information Name: Bokura no Mori 2 ボクらのもり展2 Place: Maruse B1 Gallery innervisions Address (EN): B1 Crytal Bldg. 4-1-2 Shitameguro Meguro-ku Tokyo 153-0064 Address (JP): 153-0064 東京都目黒区下目黒4-1-2 クリスタルビルB1 Telephone: 03-5704-1327 Duration: March 1st (Fri.) to March 17th (Sun.) [closed on the 6th, 7th, 13th and 14th] Hours: 13:00 to 19:00 (18:00 on the 17th) Admission: Free Access: 15 min. walk from Meguro Station, located next to the Meguro Parasitological Musuem (which is also worth visiting) By - Ben K. Source:@masakiya1624 Tags: Accessories / Art / art exhibition / beads / Bokura no Mori / Crafts / Exhibit / Illustrations / Japanese artists / Kirie / Nature / Paintings / resin / Sculptures / sense of wonder grape Japan Art Return To The Wondrous Woods: Japanese Artists Shine At Bokura no Mori 2 Exhibition Related Article Artist Re-imagines Starter Pokemon in Amazing Ancient Mayan Art Style Paintings [Part 2] Professional Anime Artist Turns His Sons’ Sketches Into Amazing Anime Characters Stunning Painting-Like Photography Shows Off The Beauty Of Rainy Season In Japan Watching This Japanese Sign-Maker’s Perfect Handwritten Work In Action Is Just Too Soothing Japanese Manhole Covers Are Surprisingly Artistic Not Your Average Scarecrow! Straw-Art Dinosaurs Are Rampaging In Niigata!