Biography

1965 Born Kyoto
1986 Graduated Kyoto Saga University, Ceramics Department
1988 Selected for Nitten
Selected for Asahi Ceramic Art Competition
Selected for Kyoten
1989 Selected for the Japan Craft competition
Selected for the Mino International Ceramic Exhibition
Selected for the Kyoto Applied Fine Art competition
1990 Selected for Nitten
1991 Began work in Nishiwaki, Hyougo prefecture
1993 Selected for the International Ceramics Biennale
1994 Award for excellence, Kyoto Crafts Biennale
Participated in Ceramic show in Melbourne, Australia
1995 Awarded prize at the Kinki Contemporary Craft Exhibition
1997 Honorable mention, Asahi Ceramic Competition
Awarded the Daikakuji Prize,Saga University Vessel Exhibition
2000 The orbit of Kako, The orbit of Fujihira’ Exhibition at Art Space Kan, Kyoto
Solo show, Tobu, Ikebukuro, Tokyo
2004 Excellence prize, Cha no Yu Exhibition, Tanabe Museum of Art
Solo show, Tobu, Ikebukuro, Tokyo
Solo show, Gallery Sho, Osaka
2005 Selected for Tanabe Museum of Art Cha no Yu Exhibition
Selected Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
Awarded Kusube prize, Kyoten
2006 Solo show, Gallery Kurimoto, Niigata
Solo Show, Robert Yellin Ceramic Gallery, Mishima
2007 Solo show, Umeda Hankyu, Osaka
Selected, Ceramics of Hyogo Exhibition at the Museum of Ceramic Art, Hyogo
Solo show, Tobu Ikebukuro, Tokyo
Solo show, Gallery Sho, Osaka
Selected, Awarded prize, Chozabusho Exhibition
Selected Kobe Biennale
2008 Solo show, Campanule, Chiba
Solo show, Gallery Tosei, Kyoto
Solo show, Tobu Ikebukuro, Tokyo
Solo show, Gallery Sho, Osaka
2009 Kikuchi Biennale Exhibition
Solo show, Tobu Ikebukuro, Tokyo
Solo show, Umeda Hankyu, Osaka
Solo show, Fukuya, Hiroshima
Solo show, Takashimaya, Yokohama
2010 Honorable mention, 4th Contemporary Tea Ware Exhibition

 

 

Biography
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Lesley Kehoe