Kazuo Oda

Production of tea ceremony utensils, such as cloth-covered plain tea caddies, elaborately-coated red lacquerware with patterns in relief, and layered-lacquer incense containers

Works

Information

  • Categories
    Lacquerware
  • Honors and Affiliation
    Student member, Japan Kogei Association
    Director, Japan Association for Urushi Cultural Heritage
    Member, Japan Kogei Association Eastern Japan Branch Urushi Works Section

Career

  • 1947
    Born in Oshima, Sekikawa Village, Niigata Prefecture
  • 1966
    Sohdosha, Kanda
  • 1971
    Murakami Altar Paint
  • 1974
    Became an independent lacquer painter
  • 1983
    Submitted to the Japan Kogei Association Traditional Art Crafts New Works Exhibition held at Mitsukoshi Nihonbashi for the first time. Selected 26 times to date
    Japan Traditional Art Crafts Musashino Exhibition
  • 1985
    Submitted to the 2nd Exhibition of Japanese Traditional Urushi Works held at Seibu Department Store, Ikebukuro for the first time. Selected 17 times to date
  • 1988-1989
    Submitted to the Niigata Art Exhibition at the Prefectural Museum
  • 1989
    Niigata Prefecture Traditional Craft Exhibition held at Niigata Mitsukoshi
  • 1990
    Participated in the repainting of the Michodai of the Imperial throne, at the Imperial Palace
  • 1996
    Solo exhibition in Nagaoka City, Niigata Prefecture
  • 1998
    Received training in conservation techniques of cultural assets and lacquer refining
  • 1999
    Solo exhibition at Nagaoka City
    Niigata Craft Artists Exhibition held at Niigata Isetan
  • 2001
    Solo exhibition at Niigata Mitsukoshi
  • 2003
    Solo exhibition at Niigata Mitsukoshi
  • 2006
    Solo exhibition at Niigata Mitsukoshi
  • 2008
    Solo exhibition at Niigata Mitsukoshi
  • 2010
    Solo exhibition at Niigata Mitsukoshi
  • 2012
    Solo exhibition at Niigata Mitsukoshi

Award

  • 1995:Received the Niigata Nippo Art Development Award at the 24th Niigata Art Exhibition