NEW Yohen-Shino Yunomi


 NEW Yohen Haikaburi Guinomi


  Mashiko-Karatsu Guinomi



Yohen-Haikaburi Henko
(Yohen flat bottle with ash)

Beni-Shino Houhenko
(Square Bottle)
 
 


                 
     
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  Yohen-Shino Kougou
(Incense Burner)
  Kizeto Tokkuri
(Sake bottle)



Haikaburi Henko
(Flat Vase)



Kizeto Tokkuri
(Sake bottle)

 
 


                 
       
Yohen-Shino Yunomi


  Yohen-Shino Yunomi


  Kin-Shino Yunomi


  Yohen-Shino Yunomi


  Tetsu-Shino Yunomi


 


                 
Oribe Yunomi



Shino Yunomi


Shino Yunomi


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Kizeto Guinomi


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Narumi-Oribe flat bottle
Beni-Shino Chawan

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Yohen-Shino Yunomi
 


                 
               
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Ken Matsuzaki

 

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  2008 "Lake Oswego of Art", Oregon, USA
  2007 Solo exhibition, GOLDMARK GALLERY, UK (also 2009, 2011, 2013 and 2015)
  2005 Solo exhibition, RUFFORD GALLERY and RUTHIN GALLERY, UK
    Demonstration at International Ceramics Festival, Aberystwyth, UK
  2002 Solo exhibition, PUCKER GALLERY, BOSTON, USA (also 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014)
  2001 "JAPAN EXHIBITION AT RUFFORD 2001", UK
  1995 "Six Master Potters at the Modern Ages"(Shoji Hamada, Tatsuzo Shimaoka, Ken Matsuzaki, Bernard Leach, Warren MacKenzie, Randy Johnson), BABCOCK GALLERIES, New York
  1993 "Contemporary Japanese Pottery Exhibition", ELYSIUN ART, New York
  1977 Established a pottery named "Yushin-Gama" in Mashiko, Japan.
  1972 Apprenticed to Tatsuzo Shimaoka, after graduating from the Fine Arts Ceramic Department of Tamagawa University
  1950 Born in Tokyo
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