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SAWADA, Hayato

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Kasama Ware


Profile

The young pottery artist from Kasama-shi, Ibaraki prefecture.
He is absorbed in making pottery with his elegant sense and quiet personal character.
His arts are all forming by his hands.
Unevenness done by engraving the surface of a vessel by the spatura gives his arts subtle change and you would like to see them eternally. And human warmth can be felt from slanting line or rounded form.
Bright desire to the future is expressed by the form extended upwards anywhere and so long.
He has an ability to observe even what kind of fine thing is and expresses a thing like solidity of construction.
The passion seeking for a new style with the sure technique is transmitted.
He was nominated for the Japan Art Craft Association prize in the 40th exhibition of Japanese Traditional Ceramic Art.
He always challenges new pottery by his original viewpoint.

Career

1978
Born in Kasama-shi
2000
Graduation from Ryutsu Keizai University
2002
Started Ceramic
2003
Selected for the Ibaraki Art Festival Art Exhibition
2004
Graduation from Tokyo University of Social Welfare
Joint exhibition in Hitachi Bon Belta Isejin
"The Encouragement prize" in the Ibaraki Art Festival Art Exhibition
2005
Selected for the 18th Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
Selected for the 52nd Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
2006
Selected for the 46th Japan Traditional Art Crafts New Art Exhibition
Joint exhibition in Keisei Department Store, Mito Ibaraki
Selected for the Ibaraki Art Festival Art Exhibition
2007
Selected for the 54th Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
Selected for the 47th Japan Traditional Art Crafts New Art Exhibition
Solo exhibition in Gallery Sogei, Iwaki Fukushima
Selected for the Ibaraki Art Festival Art Exhibition
2008
"The Special prize" in the Ibaraki Art Festival Art Exhibition
Selected for the 48th Exhibition of East Japan Traditional "KOGEI"
Selected for the 55th Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
Joint exhibition in KEISEI, Mito
Current Ibaraki Ceramic Exhibition in Ibaraki Ceramic Art Museum
Solo exhibition in Gallery Sakura, Kasama
2009
Selected for the 49th exhibition of East Japan Traditional "KOGEI"
Selected for the 56th Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
Joint exhibition in Craft hills Kasama
2010
Selected for the 50th Exhibition of East Japan Traditional "KOGEI"
Selected for the 57th Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
The KASAMA Roots and Development in Ibaraki Ceramic Art Museum
Solo exhibition in KEISEI, Mito
Solo exhibition in INOUE, Matsumoto
"The Regular Member prize" in the Ibaraki Art Festival Art Exhibition
2011
Selected for the 51st Exhibition of East Japan Traditional "KOGEI"
Selected for the 21st Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
Selected for 4th Kikuchi Biennale
Selected for the 58th Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
Solo exhibition in Nakago SHIMIZUYA, Yamagata
Joint exhibition in Mitoyamaguchiro, Ibaraki
Selected for the 30th Choza Award Tokoname Ceramic Exhibition
Joint exhibition in KAWATOKU, Iwate
2012
Selected for the 52nd Exhibition of East Japan Traditional "KOGEI"
Selected for the present day of tea ceremony -Use and Form-
"The Japan Art Crafts Association prize" in the Exhibition of Japanese Traditional Ceramic Art
Selected for the 59th Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
GEMSTONE Four Kasama pottery artists in Ibaraki Ceramic Art Museum
Solo exhibition in KEISEI, Mito
2013
Selected for the 53rd Exhibition of East Japan Traditional "KOGEI"
Selected for the 22nd Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
"The Encouragement prize" in 5th Kikuchi Biennale
Selected for the Japan Traditional Kogei Exhibition
2014
Selected for the 54th Exhibition of East Japan Traditional "KOGEI"
Selected for TOBI, the Ceramic Art Society of Japan Exhibition
2015
Selected for the 55th Exhibition of East Japan Traditional "KOGEI"

Special Qualification

Japan Art Crafts Association
Ibaraki Art Crafts Association Committee
Ibaraki Annual Art Exhibition

Public Collection

Ibaraki Ceramic Art Museum

Address

3451-8 Higashiishikawa, Hitachinaka-shi, Ibaraki 312-0052 Japan

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