Katsuyo Konishi

  • Cloisonné enamel work
  • 1945 -
Katsuyo Konishi

Drawing plants and wilted weeds that we can see anywhere.
A few years ago, I saw a damselfly in April, and since then, I have been drawing them too. I sometimes add honey bees as well.
The back side of my artwork can rarely be seen, but I like to play around with geometric patterns.

Membership Full member, Japan Kogei Association
  • 1980 Joined the Japan Cloisonne Instructors Association
  • 1992 Becomes Full Member of the Japan Kogei Association
  • 1986 Selected for the Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition 22 times (– '21)
  • 1987 Selected for the West Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition 33 times (– '21)
    Selected for the Japan Contemporary Arts and Crafts Exhibition (mural)
  • 1991 Selected for the The Japan Fine Arts Exhibition (Nitten) (mural)
  • 2013 Artwork submitted to the 60th Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition purchased by the Imperial Household Agency

  • Received the Association Award, Chairman Award and the Excellence Award at the Japan Cloisonne Instructors Association Exhibition
  • Received the Asahi Culture Award at the West Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition, the Kyushu Asahi Broadcasting Station Award, Asahi Shimbun Social Welfare Organization Award, Nagasaki Culture Telecasting Corporation (NCC) Award, and Kagoshima Broadcasting Corporation (KKB) Award

Price Range

$ 5,000 - 10,000

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11 artworks posted