横山 直樹Yokoyama, Naoki

陶歴/ History

1970年 岡山県に生まれる
1992年 川端文男に師事する
1994年 田部美術館「茶の湯の造形展」入選
1999年 岡山県美術展覧会奨励賞を受賞する
2003年 「日本伝統工芸展」入選
Yokoyama was born in 1970. He started learning Yakimono at Bizen Pottery Art Center in 1991. He won the award of "Form of Cha-no-Yu” presented by The Tanabe Museum of Art in 1994. Yokoyama won a prize at the Okayama Prefectural Museum of Art competition in 1997. He won a prize in "The Exhibition of Japanese Traditional Art Crafts” and “The Okayama Prefectural Museum of Art” competitions in 1998. He won a prize in “The Exhibition of Japanese Traditional Art Crafts” and “The Encouraging Prize” of The Okayama Prefectural Museum of Art in 1999. He built his own kiln and won a prize in “The Exhibition of Japanese Traditional Arts and Crafts” and “The Encouraging Prize” of The Okayama Prefectural Museum of Art in 2000. He won the award of "Form of Cha-no-Yu” presented by The Tanabe Museum of Art, “The Exhibition of Japanese Traditional Arts and Crafts”, and a prize in “The Okayama Prefectural Museum of Art” in 2001. He won a prize in “The Exhibition of Japanese Traditional Arts and Crafts” and The Okayama Prefectural Museum of Art in 2002. He won a prize in “The Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition” and “The Exhibition of Japanese Traditional Arts and Crafts” in 2002. He had an individual exhibition at Tenmaya and won a prize in “The Japan Ceramic Art Exhibition” and “The Exhibition of Japanese Traditional Arts and Crafts” competitions in 2003.

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