photo Satoshi Uetake

Satoshi Uetake

By applying the zogan (inlay) and kaki-otoshi decorative technique with its use of a spatula to scrape off the slip or glaze applied to a clay body, I produce ceramic ware with images of astronomical phenomenon.

Works

Information

  • Categories
    Ceramic
  • Honors and Affiliation
    Full member, Japan Kogei Association

Career

  • 1956:Born in Tsuchiura City, Ibaraki Prefecture
  • 1978:tudied under NAKANO Koji
  • 1984:Established his kiln in Tsukuba City, Ibaraki
  • 1990:Participated in the installation works of ceramic tiles
    on pathways at Koto Ward
  • 1994:Selected for the Japanese Traditional Art Crafts New
    Works Exhibition (Selected for the 1996, 1998, and
    2002 Exhibitions)
  • 1995:Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
  • 1996:Produced the ceramic wall outside Shinonome Station on
    the Rinkai Line, Tokyo
  • 1997:Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
  • 1999:Produced the ceramic wall in the student hall at the
    Ryugasaki Daiichi Senior High School, Ibaraki
    Selected for the Japanese Ceramic Arts Exhibition
    Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
  • 2000:Submitted to the Ibaraki Ceramic Art Museum Opening
    Exhibition “Ibaraki Ceramics of Today”
  • 2001:Selected for the Japanese Ceramic Arts Exhibition
  • 2002:Produced the ceramic wall at the Shimodate College of
    Industrial Technology, Ibaraki
  • 2003:Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
  • 2004:His work was purchased by the New Orleans Museum of Art,
    USA
  • 2006:Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
  • 2007:Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
  • 2010:Selected for the Eastern Japan Traditional Art Crafts
    Exhibition
    Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
  • 2011:Selected for the Japanese Ceramic Arts Exhibition
  • 2012:Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition
  • 2013:Produced the ceramic wall at the Tsuchiura Daisan Senior
    High School, Ibaraki
    Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition

Award

  • 1998:Received the Mainichi Grand Prize at the Northern Kanto
    Ceramic Exhibition (Invited to submit in 1999)