丸田 宗彦

陶歴/ History

1961年 佐賀県に生まれる
1980年 浜田庄司の三男・篤哉に師事する
1984年 黒牟田に帰り、作陶を始める
1987年 内田皿屋窯を開窯する
    「日本伝統工芸展」入選
1993年 当苑にて初個展を開催する
2000年 穴窯の皿屋川登窯を開窯
Maruta, Munehiko (1961- )

1961 Maruta was born as the second son of Masami Maruta who is one of the most popular ceramists in Kuromuta, Saga.
1980 Started studying ceramics under Atsuya Hamada, the third son of Shoji Hamada who was appointed as a Living National Treasure.
1984 Went back his hometown (Kuromuta) and started ceramic works.
1985 Won a prize in “The Exhibition of West Arts and Crafts” and “The Exhibition of Saga Art Association” competitions.
1986 Won a prize in “The Exhibition of Western Japan Arts and Crafts”, “The Exhibition of Western Japan Ceramic Art”, “The Exhibition of Saga Art Association”, The Exhibition of Kyushu Neo Arts and Crafts”, “The Exhibition of Issui-kai”, and “The Exhibition of Saga Prefecture” competitions.
1987 Built his own kiln called “Uchida Saraya gama”. He won several prizes such as “The Exhibition of Western Japan Arts and Crafts”, “The Exhibition of Kyushu Yamaguchi Ceramics”, “The Exhibition of Saga Art Association” and “The Exhibition of Japanese Traditional Arts and Crafts” during that year. He also won a premiere prize in competition at “The Exhibition of Kyushu Neo Arts and Crafts” .
1988 He won a prize in “The Exhibition of West Arts and Crafts”, “The Exhibition of Kyushu Yamaguchi Ceramics”, and “The Exhibition of Saga Art Association” competitions.
1989 Won a prize in “The Exhibition of Kyushu Yamaguchi Ceramics”, “The Exhibition of Saga Art Association”, “The Exhibition of Saga Prefecture”, and “The Exhibition of Issui-kai”.
1993 His first individual exhibitions at Shibuya Kurodatoen.
2000 Maruta built his own kiln that is called “Saraya-gawa Nobori-gama (climbing kiln)”.

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