KINO Satoshi

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  KINO Satoshi is a distinguished ceramic artist from Uji, Kyoto.    He has been mastering his craft since the young age of fifteen.    He earned his Master’s Degree in Ceramics from Kyoto City University of Arts in 2012.    He has participated in more than forty public exhibitions and has had many personal exhibitions. Kino also has been selected in international competitions and has received awards many times, including first prize twice.    KINO is currently working in a private studio in Kyoto and his most recent personal exhibition took place in Gallery Kocyukyo at Tokyo.    His works have been lauded by ceramic art enthusiasts in Japan and all around the world.

 

  KINO’s main concept comes from manipulating porcelain clay on potter's wheel and purpose to form a specific space that only can be hatched by this skill, which results in a one of a kind natural perception and unique characteristics.    

His collection of works infuse the serenity inherently found in water, the air, plants, and other natural elements and convey atmosphere. Furthermore, he tries to replicate the tension which is quietly existed in our surrounding and form those impressions into solid objects.


  Also, the inspiration for many of his works come from the adjectives found in Japanese to describe the natural world.    By fusing porcelain as a medium, the challenge of using potter's wheel and the meaning of the eloquent words, KINO supposes concentrating and braiding specific techniques and concept will lead to a distinctive space of originality of his own.
 

  KINO Satoshi is a distinguished ceramic artist from Uji, Kyoto.    He has been mastering his craft since the young age of fifteen.    He earned his Master’s Degree in Ceramics from Kyoto City University of Arts in 2012.    He has participated in more than forty public exhibitions and has had many personal exhibitions. Kino also has been selected in international competitions and has received awards many times, including first prize twice.    KINO is currently working in a private studio in Kyoto and his most recent personal exhibition took place in Gallery Kocyukyo at Tokyo.    His works have been lauded by ceramic art enthusiasts in Japan and all around the world.

 

  KINO’s main concept comes from manipulating porcelain clay on potter's wheel and purpose to form a specific space that only can be hatched by this skill, which results in a one of a kind natural perception and unique characteristics.    

His collection of works infuse the serenity inherently found in water, the air, plants, and other natural elements and convey atmosphere. Furthermore, he tries to replicate the tension which is quietly existed in our surrounding and form those impressions into solid objects.


  Also, the inspiration for many of his works come from the adjectives found in Japanese to describe the natural world.    By fusing porcelain as a medium, the challenge of using potter's wheel and the meaning of the eloquent words, KINO supposes concentrating and braiding specific techniques and concept will lead to a distinctive space of originality of his own.