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ONO, Jiro

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ONO, Jiro was born as the second son of the late ONO, Hakuko in 1953.
He studied the potter's wheel at Arita Ceramic Laboratory. He entered Kozan Kiln which his father established, and started making ceramics.
He decided to succeed the technique of Hakuko after she passed away by watching her making Kinrande, Yukinsai for a long time.
His arts were collected at the British Museum in 2001.
Kohakutogeisha was establised in 2002.
Urushi (laquer) is painted and thick gold foils are pasted before overglazing.
An unique expression comes to realize by continuing this process with patient and less pressure.
The pattern of gold foils which rises to the surface under the glaze is very mysterious.
The brilliant gold decoration and the gentle form make us feel the eternal beauty.
He passed away in 2010.

Career

1953
Born as the second son of ONO, Hakuko
1978
Selected for the Exhibition of Traditional Art Crafts of SEIBU Area in Japan
1979
The Second Rank in the Kyushu Yamaguchi Ceramics Exhibition
Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
1980
Not submitted to the jury in the Kyushu Yamaguchi Ceramics Exhibition
"The Asahi Shimbun Company Gold prize" in the Exhibition of Art Crafts of SEIBU Area in Japan
"The Prize" in the Saga Art Association Exhibition
Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
1981
Selected for the Nishi-nippon Ceramic Art Exhibition
"The NHK prize" in the Kyushu Yamaguchi Ceramics Exhibition
"The KBC prize" in the Exhibition of Art Crafts of SEIBU Area in Japan
Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
1982
"The NHK prize" in the Kyushu Yamaguchi Ceramics Exhibition
The Japan Art Crafts Association prize in the Exhibition of Traditional Art Crafts of SEIBU Area in Japan
Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
A regular member of Japan Art Crafts Association
1983
Selected for the Nishi-nippon Ceramic Art Exhibition
Selected for the Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
1984
"The third prize" in the Kyushu Yamaguchi Ceramics Exhibition
Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
1985
Selected for the Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
"The Excellent prize" in the Nishi-nippon Ceramic Art Exhibition
1986
"The Encouragement prize" in the Nishi-nippon Ceramic Art Exhibition
Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
1987
"The Encouragement prize" in the Nishi-nippon Ceramic Art Exhibition
Selected for the Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
1988
"The encouragement prize" in the Nishi-nippon Ceramic Art Exhibition
Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
1989
Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
1990
Submitted to the 21st Century's Flame Exhibition
1991
Submitted to the Contemporary Ceramic Art Exhibition
1993
Selected for the Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
1995
Selected for the Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition
1996
Started making of Yurikinsai, Kinrande
Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
1997
Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
1998
Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
2000
Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
2001
His art exhibited and preserved at British Museum
Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
2002
Kohakutogeisha was establised
2010
Eternal Sleep

Address

3166 Shimojuku-ko, Ureshinomachi, Ureshino-shi, Saga 843-0301 Japan

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