Mamiko Sudo

Applying the Yuzen dyeing technique, I produce kimono, obi sash, and wall-surface works. I find my ideas from natural scenery and plants, and aim at creating delicate and daring pieces.

Work

Detail

  • Category
    TEXTILES
  • Honors and Affiliation
    Student member, Japan Kogei Association
    Urushi studio specialist, Kanazawa Utatsuyama Kogei Kobo
    Member, Kanazawa Crafts Association

Carrer

  • 2001
    Graduated from Department of Japanese Painting, College of Art and Design,
    Musashino Art University
  • 2005
    Entered Kanazawa Utatsuyama Kogei Kobo
  • 2008
    Completed Kanazawa Utatsuyama Kogei Kobo
  • 2009
    Specialist, Dyeing Studio, Kanazawa Utatsuyama Kogei Kobo

Prize

  • 2005
    Received the Governor of Gifu Prize at the Flag-art Exhibition
  • 2006
    Received the Incentive Award at the National Textile Works Exhibition
  • 2012
    Received the Incentive Award at the Ishikawa Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
    Received the Excellence Award at the Traditional Kaga-yuzen Crafts Exhibition Obi Category
  • 2013
    Received the Incentive Award at the Ishikawa Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
    Received the Design Award at the National Textile Works Exhibition
  • 2014
    Received the “My Choice” Award at the Kanazawa Crafts Exhibition