Days.CAM | Nakasendo Yabuhara-juku 2019

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2019 photos taken with Kiso Paintings.
Kiso Paintings is an event where art was held in a vacant house in Kiso Village.

Nakasendo?

The Nakasendo is a sidewalk maintained from the Edo period to the Meiji period.
About 507.7 km with Tokyo, Saitama, Gunma, Nagano, Gifu, Shiga, Kyoto.

There are mountains, mountain passes, barriers, accommodation, various tourist attractions and history.
It is also famous for foreigners’ walking and hiking tours.

中山道六十九次 Wikipediaより
https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E4%B8%AD%E5%B1%B1%E9%81%93%E5%85%AD%E5%8D%81%E4%B9%9D%E6%AC%A1

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Yabuhara-juku?

Yabuharajuku is located in Kiso Village, Nagano Prefecture.
The Kiso River is the source of water for people in Nagoya.

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Many travelers start from Torii Pass or Yabuharajuku.

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This village is surrounded by picturesque nature.

A village with clean water

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Village where God is with us naturally.

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How comfortable the sound of water is.

Everyone in the village will clean the river.

There is “beauty” in any nature.

Villages where you can drink water here and there.

The festival is held once a year, and the villagers stake “Mikoshi” in dedication.

At the village hall, “Hotei-sama” made of Kiso hinoki is smiling.

kisopaintings?

Kiso Village is called “Sunday Painter Village”.
A village with a company that creates a painting campus.
There are many painters who come to this village and are impressed by the quiet and beautiful nature.

Kiso Paintings is an art festival that faces the way sustainable art should be.
2019 was the third time it was held.
Art was exhibited in eight vacant houses and vacant lots.

Artists and students cleaned up in an empty house, cleaned up, and made artworks while living.
The villagers welcomed and warmly supported them.
| 木曽ペインティングス |  アートプロジェクト 地域プロジェクト アートフェスティバル 芸術祭 木曽 長野県持続可能なアートのあり方を地域の課題に向き合いながら模索するアートの祭典「木曽ペインティングス」 アートプロジェクト www.kisopaintings.com

Edoshiya (江戸枝屋/えどしや)ART

Edoshiya is a historic house built in the Meiji era.
I inherited this house from Mrs.Keiko, who lives in Tokyo with my grandchildren.

There is a wise man who immediately moved this object.
A child in the village!

His ART.
Every year, his works are exhibited in the illuminated white wall gallery in Tokyo.
He said that it was very inspiring and satisfying to exhibit art in a vacant house without lighting.

Many were surprised to think that there were people in the room.

Look over there!

There was art! Everyone enjoyed.

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Four artists exhibited their work.
Two of them are college students in art.

A picture drawn with lime left at home.
Old photos of playing at the ski resort were posted on the wall.
Certainly there is a ski resort nearby.
I wonder if Mrs.Keiko’s family played skiing.

Expressing Ontake Sun as seen from the car window in a cloth painting.
It feels like it sways in the wind, and it feels strange.

This little piece of art in another house is also her art.

An art work with a smile.
A large painting in the garden.
I am not the only one who felt the history of this house and the story of the family from this painting!
be moved!

His art work.
An art college student who is also a singer.

Flowers were displayed during the exhibition.
A little compassion made me very happy.
Thanks to all the artists for their wonderful work!

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Mrs.Keiko went from Ina to the bride.
She lived with grandpa, grandma, husband and children.
She told me her memories.
I washed it in the river water.
It’s cold in the morning so it freezes quickly. My hands hurt.

Many craftsmen stayed at the dam construction.
Kisogawa was always close to the villagers’ lives.

A village visited by painters who enjoy art only on Sundays.
It’s not just Sunday anymore.
We are with art every day.
The water of the Kiso River will tell you.

All of the people I met at Kiso Paintings.
And Mrs. Keiko.Mrs. Keiko’s family.

Thank you for a wonderful time!
was fun!

日本語バージョン

2019年に開催された、木曽ペインティングス。
当時、InstagramとFacebookでUPしてましたが、Noteはまだでした。

今年、コロナの影響で、木曽ペインティングスは秋に開催予定です。
江戸枝屋さんの前の持ち主、けいこさんご家族様とは、
電話でやりとりしてますし、「また会いたいね」と楽しみにしています。
お孫さんが、とても素敵な絵を描かれるので、ぜひ、飾りたいです。

もともと、わたしは、「空き家アート」をやりたかったのです。
ちょうど、おゆずりいただくことが決まった物件が、
木曽ペインティングスさんで使う空き家だったので、
「どうぞ使ってください!観に行きます!」と大歓迎!
伊那の移住体験住宅から会期中毎日のように通い、
冨山、東京、岐阜や愛知のお友達さんが来てくださって、ご案内したりしました。これらは、また別途記事にします。

日曜画家の村と呼ばれている木祖村ですが、
山に抱かれ、川に寄り添い、きれいな水と共に生きている。
その自然そのものと、人の生きざま、そのものがアートだと思っています。
どう表現するかは、ひとりひとり自由!

もくもくアートの会も、水をテーマに、
沢山の方が、いろんな方法で作られてました!目から鱗がいっぱい!
テーマが「水」だったので!木祖村と言えば、源流の里★
参加して、この記事を完成させました!

このたびは、この記事を完成させる、きっかけをいただきまして、
誠にありがとうございました。

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おうちにあるリサイクルアイテム(または捨てるゴミ、不用品で何かを作って)の写真を撮って、思い出を語り合うアートワークショップを開催しています。ご興味ある方いらしたら、お気軽にお声かけください!
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