Seiho Mizushiri

  • Lacquerware
  • 1954 -
Seiho Mizushiri

Born in Wajima. Real name: Yukio. Studied under Bunjiro Fukumitsu. Former union president of the Wajima Chinkin Business Union. His specialty is line engraving, and he is an expert in engraving patterns on the whole surface of a vessel. In his recent years, he made a Wajima lacquerware speaker and has been trying new expressions of lacquerware.
Full member of the Japan Kogei Association. Has been selected and awarded at the Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition and Lacquerware Traditional Kōgei Exhibition.

Membership Full member, Japan Kogei Association
President of "Kiyosato" Urushi Dream Works
Member of the Japan Kōgei Association Ishikawa Branch
Lecturer at the Wajima Urushi Art Technical Training Center
Part-time Lecturer for Crafts Majors at Okinawa Prefectural University of Arts, Department of Design and Crafts
Wajima Chinkin Business Union Advisor
Member of the Wajima Kogei Association
Studio KIYO-SATO URUSI DREAM WORKS
  • 1954 Born in Wajima City
  • 1972 Entered the Wajima Urushi Art Technical Training Center (Chinkin Course)
    Studied under various instructors that are Important Intangible Cultural Properties (Living National Treasures) and other lacquerware artists (up to 1975)
    Studied under Chinkin artist Bunjiro Fukumitsu (until September 1975)
  • 1975 Graduated from Wajima Urushi Art Technical Training Center (Chinkin Course)
  • 1979 Selected for the Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition (32 times in total up to now)
  • 1980 Invited to submit to and selected for the Ishikawa Traditional Kōgei Exhibition (36 times in total up to now)
  • 1983 Artwork selected for the 30th Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition purchased by the Wajima Museum of Urushi Art
  • 1986 Artwork selected for the 33rd Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition and the "Treasures of the Church of England" Exhibition purchased by the Lambeth Palace
    Becomes Full Member of the Japan Kogei Association
    Submitted to the Hokutokai Exhibition, an exhibition held by Full Members of the Japan Kogei Association (submitted from this year onward)
  • 1989 Selected for the Lacquerware Traditional Kōgei Exhibition 29 times in total up to now)
  • 1995 Submitted to "Lacquerware Artists in Wajima" Exhibition at Wajima Museum of Urushi Art (up to now)
  • Other
    Specially invited to submit to the 53rd Ishikawa Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
    Evaluator at the 56th Ishikawa Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
    Submitted to the Wajima Urushi Art Technical Training Center 20th Anniversary Exhibition
    Submitted to the Wajima Urushi Art Technical Training Center 30th Anniversary Exhibition

  • <Awards from 1978 up to now>
    Received the Japan Kogei Association New Artist Award at the 26th Lacquerware Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
    Received the Hokkoku Shimbun President Award at the 51st Ishikawa Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
    Received the Incentive Award at the 42nd Ishikawa Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
    Received the Incentive Award at the 46th Ishikawa Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
    Received the Incentive Award at the 48th Ishikawa Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
    Received the Incentive Award at the 49th Ishikawa Traditional Kōgei Exhibition
    Received the Traditional Craft Techniques Preservation Society Chairman Award at the Wajima Art Exhibition
    Received the Taiho Award (Grand Award) at the Traditional Kogei Wajima Lacquerware New Crafts Exhibition
    Received the Wajima Lacquerware Business Union Chairman Award at the Traditional Kogei Wajima Lacquerware New Crafts Exhibition
    Received the Wajima Lacquerware Chinkin Business Union President Award at the Traditional Kogei Wajima Lacquerware New Crafts Exhibition
    Received the Wajima Mayor Award at the Traditional Kogei Wajima Lacquerware New Crafts Exhibition (7 times)
    Received the Ishikawa Governor Award (Grand Award) at the Traditional Kogei Wajima Lacquerware New Crafts Exhibition
    Received the Excellence Award at the Traditional Kogei Wajima Lacquerware New Crafts Exhibition (several times)

  • Artwork selected for the 30th Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition (1983) added to the collection of Wajima Museum of Urushi Art
  • Artwork selected for the 33rd Japan Traditional Kōgei Exhibition added to the collection of Lambeth Palace.

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