Hijiri Yahagi was born in Tokyo in 1989. At 19, she headed off to the United States to study. She now lives and works at her atelier in Gifu Prefecture.

    During her four years in the United States, Hijiri devoted herself to creating massive art installations while studying modern art. In 2015, she left her native Tokyo for remote Gifu to pursue ceramic arts. She is now deeply engaged in crafting cups and other ceramic tableware while once again creating large art installations.

■Award

2012   Best of Show, Oakwilde Ranch's 5th Annual Spring Sculpture Show,  Valley Springs, CA

 

■Public Art Commission

2010   San Francisco Zoo, San Francisco, CA

■Exhibitions

2014   Maquette Show, John Natsoulas Center for the Arts, Davis, CA

2014   Annual California Conference for the Advancement of Ceramic Art,  Davis, CA

 

2013   Annual California Conference for the Advancement of Ceramic Art,  Davis, CA

 

2013   National Council On Education For The Ceramic Arts, George  R.Brown Convention Center, Houston, TX

 

2012   Ceramics Annual of America, Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA

 

2012   Oakwilde Ranch's 5th Annual Spring Sculpture Show, Valley Springs,  CA

 

2011   Atelier Gallery, San Francisco, CA

 

2011   Annual California Conference for the Advancement of Ceramic Art,  Dacis, CA

 

2010   Annual California Conference for the Advancement of Ceramic Art,  Dacis, CA

Hijiri Yahagi

EGRETES

-2012
■Ceramic・Steel 20’x7’ / 6m x 2m

■Located in San Francisco Zoo

Photography by Yoichi Tsunoda.

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