Keiko Ono

  • Ceramics
  • 1944 -
Keiko Ono

Mainly producing tea ceremony vessels

Membership Associate member, Japan Kogei Association
  • 1972 Joined the Kayo Juemon Kiln in Kasahara, Mino (current Tajimi City)
  • 1974 Returns to her hometown and establishes a kiln named the Kojitsuen kiln by chief priest of Kokuseiji Temple, Eko Hanayama
    Started producing glazed ceramics, mainly Mino ware (Shino ware, Oribe etc.)
  • 1976 Met Sozan Kaneshige and studies under him until his death
  • Solo exhibitions at Okayama Takashimaya, Tokyo, Fukuyama, Hiroshima, Nagoya, Takamatsu etc.
    Appointed artist of the Okayama Prefectural Art Exhibition
    Selected for the 33rd Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
    Selected for the 5th International Ceramics Festival Mino '98
    Selected for the 6th Ceramics Biennale '99
    Selected for the Shigaraki Ceramic Art Exhibition '99

  • Received the Okayama City Mayor Award at the Okayama Prefectural Art Exhibition
    Received the Incentive Award at the '98 Tanko Biennale Tea Ceremony Art Exhibition
    Received the Sanyo Shimbun Award at the '12 Okayama Prefectural Art Exhibition

Price Range

$ 60 - 2,000

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