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Whimsical Oribe Mizusashi by Ikeda Shogo Please See !!!
Please refer to our stock # 503 when inquiring.
An iconic work decorated with energetic graffiti on a two glaze surface by Ikeda Shogo enclosed in the original signed wooden box titled Oribe Mizusashi. The artist exuberance seems to over-run his pallet, covering all sides and the bottom. Even the wooden lid is a work of art with crow handle. An excellent example of this popular artists work.
Size, D 21.8 cm H 18.2 cm (Not including the lid)
Born in Kagoshima, the southern extreme of the Japanese main islands in 1976, Shogo would have been inundated with the traditions of Kyushu, a massive area with dozens of ancient kiln sites producing everything from porcelains of the highest decoration in Satsuma to the dark forms of Kuro Satsuma nd Naeshirogawa and everything in between. After graduating the Nihon Design Gakuin University in 1996, he studied at the Kagoshima Prefectural Indusrtrial Arts Center for two years, then the Arita Yogyou Daigaku, graduating in 1999. That same year he was accepted into the Kagoshima Prefetural Ceramics Exhibit, and the next year was awarded silver prize at the Modern Tea Ceramics Exhibition Gendai Chato Ten). In 2001 he was accepted into the Oribe no Kokoro Sakuto Ten, and was awarded there in 2002. While exhibiting with these large organizations, he has also consistently produced for private galleries, holding solo exhibitions throughout Japan.
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