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Hiroe Hanazono

Hiroe Hanazono

Hiroe Hanazono creates highly refined work that consists of simple lines and muted colors--a minimal aesthetic that harmonizes with the domestic surrounding. Her many influences include modern interior design and architecture as modes of framing the contents of a space. Proportions of volume in forms such as serving dishes, plates, cups and bowls are carefully considered in the design process.

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Hiroe Hanazono Wave Table Vase at MudFire Gallery
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Hiroe Hanazono Wave Table Vase at MudFire Gallery
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Hiroe Hanazono Wave Bud Vase at MudFire Gallery
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Hiroe Hanazono Wave Bud Vase at MudFire Gallery
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Hiroe Hanazono Wave Bud Vase at MudFire Gallery
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Hiroe Hanazono Wave Bud Vase at MudFire Gallery
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Hiroe Hanazono Wave Bud Vase at MudFire Gallery
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Hiroe Hanazono Wave Bud Vase at MudFire Gallery
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Hiroe Hanazono Bud Vase/Chopstick Rest at MudFire Gallery
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Hiroe Hanazono Bud Vase/Chopstick Rest at MudFire Gallery
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Hiroe Hanazono Bud Vase/Chopstick Rest at MudFire Gallery
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Hiroe Hanazono Bud Vase/Chopstick Rest at MudFire Gallery
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Hiroe Hanazono Bud Vase/Chopstick Rest at MudFire Gallery
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Hiroe Hanazono Bud Vase/Chopstick Rest at MudFire Gallery
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Hiroe Hanazono at MudFire

Gallery group show de la Fleur, February 2012

 

Hiroe Hanazono Artist Bio

Hiroe Hanazono is a native of Japan. She received her MFA from Ohio University in 2008 and her BA in Spatial Art from California State University in Hayward. In addition to participating as an artist-in-residence at Archie Bray Foundation and Worcester Center for Crafts, she has worked and studied at various artist communities including Peters Valley Craft Center and Haystack Mountain School of Crafts. Her work has been shown both nationally and internationally and was the recipient of the 2008-2009 Evelyn Shapiro Foundation Fellowship at The Clay Studio in Philadelphia, PA.

 

Hiroe Hanazono Artist Statement

My desire as an artist is to create pots that serve not only as a vehicle for the fine taste of food but also to transcend visual pleasure and to stimulate appetite. The work I make is a pedestal for food. My intention is to highlight the act of eating as a vital component of everyday life, enriching our appreciation of the food and the ambiance of the space.

I create highly refined work that consists of simple lines and muted colors, a minimal aesthetic that harmonizes with the domestic surrounding. My many influences include modern interior design and architecture as modes of framing the contents of a space. Proportions of volume in forms such as serving dishes, plates, cups and bowls are carefully considered when I design my work. Through these investigations, I align the act of eating and am aware of the serving dishes as an extension of a sensory and communal experience.



Hiroe Hanazono Artist Resume

Education:
2005-2008 M.F.A. in Ceramics, School of Art, Ohio University (OU), Athens, Ohio
2003-2004 Special Student in Clay Program, School for Professional Crafts, Worcester Center for Crafts, (WCC), Worcester, Massachusetts
2003 B.A. in Spatial Art, Ceramics, California State University Hayward (CSUH), Hayward, California
2000 A.A. in Fine Arts, Ceramics, City College of San Francisco (CCSF), San Francisco, California
1991 Commercial Photography, Tokyo Visual Art College, Tokyo, Japan
Teaching Experience:
2010 Ceramic Instructor, Continuing Education, Montgomery County Community College, Blue
Bell, Pennsylvania
2010-Current Ceramic Instructor, Main Line Art Center, Haverford, Pennsylvania
2008-Current Ceramic Instructor, The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
2008 Teaching Assistant, Beginning Wheel Throwing, OU, Athens, Ohio
2007 Teaching Associate, Beginning Wheel Throwing, OU, Athens, Ohio
Teaching Assistant, Intermediate Wheel Throwing- Instructor: Brad Schwieger, OU, Athens,
Ohio
Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Hand Building, OU, Athens, Ohio
2006 Teaching Assistant, Beginning Wheel- Instructor: Margaret Bohls, OU, Athens, Ohio
2005 Teaching Assistant, Adult Education, WCC, Worcester, Massachusetts
2004 Workshop Teaching Assistant, Open Door- Instructor: Robbie Robell, Haystack Mountain
School of Crafts, Deer Isle, Maine
Professional Experience:
2011 Workshop, Red Lodge Clay Center, Red Lodge, Montana (upcoming)
Workshop, Lillstreet Art Center, Chicago, Illinois
2010 Visiting Artist and Lecturer, City College of San Francisco, San Francisco, California
Visiting Artist and Lecturer, Sacramento City College, Sacramento, California
2009 Visiting Artist and Lecturer, Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
2008-2009 Evelyn Shapiro Foundation Fellowship, The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
2008 Summer Artist-In-Residence, Archie Bray Foundation, Helena, Montana
2004-2005 Artist-In-Residence, Clay Program, WCC, Worcester, Massachusetts
2004 Summer Workshop Assistant, Peters Valley Craft Center, Layton, New Jersey
2-day Workshop Assistant, Chris Gustin, WCC, Worcester, Massachusetts
2003-2004 Glaze Room Assistant, WCC, Worcester, Massachusetts
2003 Ceramics Studio Assistant, CSUH, Hayward, California
1999-2000 Ceramics Studio Assistant, CCSF, San Francisco, California
Solo Exhibitions:
2010 Ceramic Dinnerware, Airport Exhibition, Terminal D, Philadelphia International Airport,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
2009 At The Table, The Evelyn Shapiro Foundation Fellowship Exhibition, Harrison Gallery, The
Clay Studio, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
2008 Nourishing Pleasure, MFA Thesis Exhibition, Trisolini Gallery, OU, Athens, Ohio
2002 Tea Sets, One Person Senior Show, Student Gallery, CSUH, Hayward, California
Juried/Group Exhibitions:
2011 The Casting Party, Red Star Studios, Kansas City, Missouri (upcoming)
2011 Foundation of Design: Vessel as Impetus, Red Lodge Clay Center, Red Lodge, Montana
2011 CHROMA: works by Hiroe Hanazono and Michaelene Walsh, Lillstreet Art Gallery, Lillstreet Art Center, Chicago, Illinois
2010 Craft Forms 2010, 16th National Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Craft, Juried by Jane C. Milosch, Wayne Art Center, Wayne, Pennsylvania
2010 Gifted, Annual Holiday Exhibition, Reed Smith Gallery, The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
2010 Our Cups Runneth Over, The Society of Arts and Crafts, Boston, Massachusetts
2010 The Holiday Cup Show, Krikorian Gallery, WCC, Worcester, Massachusetts
2010 Liquid Measure: an invitational exhibition of vessels, Main Street Art Gallery, Edwardsville, Illinois
2010 The Joy of Bowls: Soup, Salad and Serving, Krikorian Gallery, WCC, Worcester, Massachusetts
2010 The Art of Dining, Krikorian Gallery, WCC, Worcester, Massachusetts
2010 Faculty Exhibition, Main Line Art Center, Haverford, Pennsylvania
2010 Connections: 3 person show with Ingrid Bathe, Hiroe Hanazono and Deborah Schwartzcopf, Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2010 New Wave Studio Ceramics, Mark A. Chapman Gallery, Kansas State University Department of Art, Manhattan, Kansas
2010 Small Favors V, benefit exhibition. The Clay Studio. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
2010 La Mesa, Exhibit of dinnerware at NCECA, Santa Fe Clay, Marriott Hotel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
2010 a la cARTe, Exhibit of tableware at NCECA, Olde City Restaurants, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
2010 Soft, NCECA group show, Saint Joseph's University Gallery, Saint Joseph's University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
2010 Of This Century: Residents, Fellows and Selected Guest Artists of The Clay Studio, 2000- 2010, The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
2010 Made In Clay, Jane Hartsook Gallery, Greenwich House Pottery, New York, New York
2010 8 Fluid Ounces, A National Juried / Invitational Ceramic Cup Exhibition, Louisiana State University School of Art, Alfred C. Glassell Jr. Exhibition Gallery Shaw Center for the Arts, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
2010 Lydon Emerging Artist Prize Artist of the Month, Society for Contemporary Crafts, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania
2009 Cups, Pouring Pots, National Invitational Show, Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2009 Gifted, Annual Holiday Exhibition, Reed Smith Gallery, The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
2009 Lydon Emerging Artist Prize Finalist Exhibition, Society for Contemporary Crafts, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania
2009 Hubbub: an Upraise from the northeast, Red Star Studios, Kansas City, Missouri
2009 Paper and Clay II, Shy Rabbit Contemporary Arts, Pagosa Springs, Colorado
2009 Small Favors IV, benefit exhibition. The Clay Studio. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
2009 La Mesa, Exhibit of dinnerware at NCECA, Santa Fe Clay, Wyndham Phoenix Hotel, Phoenix, Arizona
2009 Made In Clay, Jane Hartsook Gallery, Greenwich House Pottery, New York, New York
2009 American Craft Show, Searchlight Artist, American Craft Council Baltimore Craft Show, Baltimore, Maryland
2008 The Navica Project, Archie Bray Foundation Present and Past Residents, Galaxie Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
2008 Just Desserts, The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
2008 Resident Artist Exhibition, Warehouse Gallery, Archie Bray Foundation, Helena, Montana
2008 Composite, Ohio University Faculty and Graduate Exhibition, NCECA, Borelli Edwards Galleries, Lawrenceville, Pennsylvania
2008 8 Fluid Ounces?, A National Juried / Invitational Ceramic Cup Exhibition, Louisiana State
University School of Art, Alfred C. Glassell Jr. Exhibition Gallery Shaw Center for the Arts, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
2008 Another Cup?, Invitational Cup Show, Baltimore Clayworks, Baltimore, Maryland
2007 Ceramic Works By: Faculty and Students from Ohio University, The Esther Allen Greer Museum Gallery, University of Rio Grande, Rio Grande, Ohio
2007 By The Ounce, NCECA International Juried Exhibition of Shot Glasses, Louisville Stoneware, Louisville, Kentucky
2007 Ceramics Invitational 2007, Foothills Art Gallery, Nelsonville, Ohio
2007 An Encounter Between East and West, Utilitarian Pottery, Alden Library, OU, Athens, Ohio
2007 Mystical Visions and Cosmic Vibrations, Second Year Graduate Student Exhibition, Ohio University Art Gallery, OU, Athens, Ohio
2006 The A-Team, First Year Graduate Student Exhibition, Trisolini Gallery, OU, Athens, Ohio
2005 Artist-in-Residence Exhibition, Krikorian Gallery, WCC, Worcester, Massachusetts
2004 Faculty Show, Krikorian Gallery, WCC, Worcester, Massachusetts
2004 Visions, School for Professional Crafts Exhibition, Krikorian Gallery, WCC, Worcester, Massachusetts
2004 Peters Valley Annual Craft Show, Peters Valley Craft Center, Layton, New Jersey
2003 21st Festival of Crafts, WCC, Worcester, Massachusetts
2002 Art Student Show Exhibitions, CSUH Professional Development and Conference Center, Oakland, California
2000 Student's Annual Juried Exhibition, CCSF, San Francisco, California
1998 Pro Arts East Bay Open Studio, Group Show, Jan Studio, Berkeley, California
Honors:
2010 Juror's Award, Craft Forms 2010, 16th National Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Craft, Juried by Jane C. Milosch, Wayne Art Center, Wayne, Pennsylvania
2009 Lydon Emerging Artist Prize Finalist, Society for Contemporary Crafts, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania
American Craft Show Searchlight Artist, American Craft Council, New York, New York
2008 Evelyn Shapiro Foundation Fellowship, The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
2006-2008 Graduate Student Tuition Scholarship, OU, Athens, Ohio
2003 George I. Alden Assistantship, WCC, Worcester, Massachusetts
2003 Dean's List, Cum Laude, CSUH, Hayward, California
1998 John Whitney Scholarship, CCSF, San Francisco, California
Publications:
2010 Hemachandra, Ray. and Galloway, Julia. 500 Vases: Contemporary Explorations of a Timeless Form, Lark Crafts, Sterling Publishing, October, 2010, p.264.
Bang, Chang Hyun. "Art Story", Monthly Ceramic Art, Korea, July, 2010, pp.86-91.
Hanazono, Hiroe. "Casting Party: Creating Double-Walled Tableware." The American Ceramic Society, Pottery Making Illustrated, January/February, 2010, cover, pp.22-26.
2009 Hanazono, Hiroe. "(Slip) Cast Party: Creating Unique Double-Walled Forms Using Mold Making and Slip Casting Techniques." Ceramic Arts Daily, December 23, 2009
Jeon, Shin Yeon. "American Craft Show in Baltimore", World Ceramic Art Monthly Magazine, Korea, April, 2009, pp.108-113.
Gagne, Emily. "What We Want: Hints of Spring." Philadelphia Home Magazine, Spring/ Summer, 2009.
2008 Hall, Sharman. "Upfront, Exhibitions and Reviews." The American Ceramic Society, Ceramics Monthly, October, 2008, p.20.
2007 Hall, Sharman. "The MFA Factor Volume 3", The American Ceramic Society, Ceramics Monthly, November, 2007, pp.58-59.
Ginther, Gary. Vasquez, Margarita. "An Encounter Between East and West", Ohio University Fine Art Library, Art Blog
Collections:
Archie Bray Foundation, permanent collection, Helena, Montana
Susan and David Hostetler, Hostetler Gallery, Athens, Ohio
Oakland Professional Development and Conference Center, Oakland, California