Mathias-French daiza carver

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Post  mathias on Sun Feb 28, 2010 2:24 pm

hello,

I'm new on your forum; please excuse my english, I'm french. I live in the "Touraine", a central region of France... I have discovered suiseki about one year ago, with the french forum "force et beauté", with Marco, that you know in this forum.
I have made two daiza for the moment with stones send by him (stones from liguria). I'll send photos if you want.

Very beautiful stones in this exhibition, particulary because I like more mountain stones than objects stones for example... The presentation and the epurate decoration of the place is on harmony with the suiseki spirit...

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mathias

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Post  John Quinn on Sun Feb 28, 2010 3:34 pm

Hi Mathias...welcome to the forum! We'd love to see some pictures!

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Re: Mathias-French daiza carver

Post  mathias on Mon Mar 01, 2010 10:49 am

Hello,

Here you can see two stones, offered by Marco...
I have made first the daiza of the second picture, with oack.
Then, the daiza on the first picture is made with plane tree.

The two stones come from Ligurian, and not cut of course....


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Re: Mathias-French daiza carver

Post  Chris Cochrane on Tue Mar 02, 2010 7:24 pm

Hi Mathias... Thank you for sharing photos of your daiza. Marco is a very valued member of the IBC forum & among IBC's earliest contributors. Before moving to France, he introduced many of us to Italian bonsai & suiseki as well as to Korean suseok. I hope you will share news of French stone collecting with us... :-)

For a hard-to-mount stone, your first illustrated daiza is very elegant.

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Re: Mathias-French daiza carver

Post  littleart-fx on Tue Mar 02, 2010 8:15 pm

Nice, dazia! i for sure like the first one with stone, sorry suseki....! (Nice enclosure)
2nd dasia has to many texture i think.........is it oak, when it is you've made a good job oak in detail isn't easy!

grtzz m

And yes keep up the good work & love to see more!

Edit " i mean first one is amazing,.............. cheers

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Re: Mathias-French daiza carver

Post  mathias on Wed Mar 03, 2010 10:34 am

Hello littleheart

It's true that with see too much texture on the second daiza. Two reasons : it's oack, not the ideal wood for a daiza (it was the only wood that i have at this moment), and I have not put a "fond dur" (I don't know the word in english, literally "hard back", a chemical produce to mask bumps), before the application of stain. I will trie to make a correction.

I will probably looking for new stones with Marco in June, in south of France, near Liguria. I will show you some pictures if we find interesting stones.

best regards

mathias

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Re: Mathias-French daiza carver

Post  mathias on Fri Nov 26, 2010 5:32 pm

Hello,

I have made some modifications for the second daiza (it was my first...)



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Re: Mathias-French daiza carver

Post  ogie on Fri Nov 26, 2010 7:25 pm

Hello Mathias,

Welcome and Thank you for sharing your wonderful work,keep posting,would love to see more in the days to come,

Regards,
Alex

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Re: Mathias-French daiza carver

Post  HuuHiep on Sat Nov 27, 2010 3:41 am

Hi Mathias
Thanks for your sharing. I love all of it. I would like to know what types of the rocks (The name of the rock or its material)?

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Re: Mathias-French daiza carver

Post  Kev Bailey on Sat Nov 27, 2010 9:35 am

The stones are from Liguria and look like examples of their classic Palombino limestone to me.

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Re: Mathias-French daiza carver

Post  HuuHiep on Mon Nov 29, 2010 3:22 am

Kev Bailey wrote:The stones are from Liguria and look like examples of their classic Palombino limestone to me.

Thanks for your information, Mr.Kev Bailey. Liguria is a coastal region of north-western Italy. I think so. It is a limestone. It looks like NinhBinh' s limestone in North of Vietnam. I'll post in two days.

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