photo Seiji Ono

Seiji Ono

While maintaining the feel of traditional Hagi ware, ONO applies such techniques as inka (stamped decoration), zogan (inlay), or kaki-otoshi (scraping) to express his individuality in his works. He is always ready to take up the challenges of new techniques and strives to create impressive heartwarming ceramics.

Works

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Information

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

Career

  • 1969
    Studied ceramics under his father ONO Zuiho
  • 1985
    Full member, Japan Kogei Association
  • 1992
    Received the Yamaguchi Prefectural Arts and Culture Promotion Incentive Award
  • 2000
    Submitted to the Hagi:400 Ans de Céramique, Paris
  • 2012
    Received the Yamaguchi Prefectural Commendation

Award

  • 1970
    Selected for the Yamaguchi Prefectural Art Exhibition for the first time. Selected for successive Exhibitions up until 1990
  • 1973
    Selected for the West Japan Arts and Crafts Exhibition for the first time. Selected for successive Exhibitions up until 1985
  • 1975
    Selected for the Japanese Ceramic Arts Exhibition for the first time. Selected 9 times to date
  • 1975
    Selected for the Japan Traditional Art Crafts Exhibition for the first time. Selected 10 times to date
  • 1978
    Selected for the Chunichi International Exhibition of Ceramic Arts for the first time. Selected 4 times up until 1986
  • 1978
    Received the NHK Yamaguchi Broadcasting Award at the Japanese Traditional Art Crafts New Works Exhibition
  • 1980
    Received the Yamaguchi Branch Manager’s Award at the Japanese Traditional Art Crafts New Works Exhibition
  • 1982
    Received the Mayor of Tokushima Award at the Japanese Traditional Art Crafts New Works Exhibition
  • 1983
    Selected for the Western Japan Ceramic Exhibition for the first time. Selected 4 times up until 1986
  • 1983
    Received the Yamaguchi Branch Manager’s Award at the Japanese Traditional Art Crafts New Works Exhibition
  • 1984
    Received the Asahi Shimbun Incentive Award at the Japanese Traditional Art Crafts New Works Exhibition
  • 1984
    Selected for the “Arts of the Tea Ceremony” Exhibition for the first time. Selected 8 times to date
  • 1998
    Received the Yamaguchi Branch Manager’s Award at the Japanese Traditional Art Crafts New Works Exhibition
  • 2001
    Received the Asahi Shimbun Prize at the Japanese Traditional Art Crafts New Works Exhibition
  • 2004
    Received the Asahi Culture Center Award at the Japanese Traditional Art Crafts New Works Exhibition
  • 2005
    Received the Mayor of Shimonoseki Award at the Japanese Traditional Art Crafts New Works Exhibition
  • 2007
    Received the Yamaguchi Asahi Broadcasting Award at the Japanese Traditional Art Crafts New Works Exhibition
  • 2012
    Received the Yamaguchi Asahi Broadcasting Award at the Japanese Traditional Art Crafts New Works Exhibition