“A journey of Laurent”ornament. Hagiyakiyaordering number:webkoten-yaya-0004

webkoten-yaya-0004

  • webkoten-yaya-0004
  • webkoten-yaya-0004
  • webkoten-yaya-0004

"A journey of Laurent"ornament.

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Work explanation

“A journey of Laurent”ornament.

subtitle : Stray.

Please have a look at the video, which explains the thoughts and intentions of the work. If you use the subtitle function of YouTube, you can get a rough idea of the meaning in other languages.
Wooden box.

size: W54 x T17.5 x H19(cm)

Hagi ware(hagi yaki) made by Yasuo Yamato at Yasuo Kiln.
Yamaguchi prefecture designated intangible cultural property holder.
Items are shipped 7-14 days after payment is confirmed for preparing new wooden box.

history
1959: First Prize for Nitten.

1960: West Japan Craft Exhibition Excellence Award.

1961: Collection of vases at the Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura.
Collection of vases at the Spanish Folklore Museum in Spain.

1967: Kyushu Yamaguchi Ceramics Exhibition First Prize Winner.

1973: Yamaguchi Prefectural Arts and Culture Promotion Encouragement Award.

1975: Japan Traditional Craft Exhibition First Prize Winner.

1979: Japan Craft Association regular member.
Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Art ceramic wall completed.
Japan Crafts Association Yamaguchi Branch Exhibition Branch Manager Award Winner.

1982: Ceramic box stored at the Greenebrand Museum of Art, Ohio, USA.
Yamaguchi Prefectural Art Exhibition Award for Excellence.

1984: Japan Crafts Association Yamaguchi Branch Exhibition Branch Manager Award Winner.
Yamaguchi prefectural office third floor hall ceramic wall completion.
Yamato Yasuo half century commemorative works published.

1986: Japan Craft Association Yamaguchi Branch Exhibition Asahi Shimbun Award.

1987: Ceramic container is stored at the Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Art.
Japan Crafts Association Yamaguchi Branch Exhibition Branch Manager Award Winner.

1988: Yamaguchi Prefecture Designated Intangible Cultural Property Hagiyaki Holder Certification.
Director of Japan Crafts Association-Executive Secretary, Yamaguchi Branch of Japan Crafts Association.

1989: Yamaguchi Prefecture Award for Arts and Culture Achievement.

1992: Received the 49th Chugoku area Culture Award.

1993: Ceramic container is stored at the British Museum of the United Kingdom.

1995: Published the design book by Yasuo Yamato in Hagiyaki.
A-bomb memorial monument completion (former Hiroshima Teishin Hospital).

1996: Teabowl is stored at the Honolulu Museum of Art, Hawaii, USA.
Mikasanomiya Takahito Denka, His Royal Princess Yuriko denka came the kiln..

2000: Jar is stored in Ise Shrine.
France Paris Japan Cultural Center Hagi yaki 400 years exhibition.

2001: Imperial Highness Princess received “tea bowl”.

2002: Ceramic container is stored Nara Yakushiji Temple.

2003: Yamaguchi Bank Yamaguchi branch ceramic wall “sou”completed.

2005: NHK Yamaguchi Broadcasting Station ceramic wall completed.
33rd Annual Traditional Craft Work Exhibition Japan Craft Society Award.

2006: The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo,
Water container and tea bowl are stored.

2007: Received the Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Rosette.
Ceramic container is stored at the Wellesley University Art Museum, Boston, USA.

2008: “Beauty and pain”, “Yasuo Yamato and Nakahara Chuya”Exhibition at Nakahara Chuya Memorial Hall.

2010: 30th Traditional Culture Paula Award ? Excellence Award.

2011: Tea bowl is stored at the San Francisco Oriental Museum of Art, USA.
Flower vase donation to the prince Kotaishi-sama.
Ceramic container is stored at Ibaraki Prefectural Ceramic Art Museum.
Ceramic container and the others are stored at the Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Art, Urakami Memorial Museum.

2012: Ceramic container is stored at Shandong Ministries of China.
Ceramic container for the Japanese Emperor Tenno heika.

2013: “Ceramics of Yasuo Yamato-Modeling of Soul (Anima)”Exhibition is held at Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Art and Urakami Memorial Museum.

Present:
Yamaguchi Yamaguchi Designated Intangible Cultural Property Hagi yaki Holder.
Japan Crafts Association Yamaguchi Branch Visiting Professor Yamaguchi Prefectural University Special Honors Professor.

Hagi-yaki pottery effectually expresses a certain “simplicity” due to the original standards of its style, the characteristic of the clay, and the glazing technique.
Thus, Hagi-yaki pottery has been widely appreciated by experts of the tea ceremony.

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