CV

Date of Birth: 14th, June, 1965

Place of Birth: Kyoto, Japan

Professional Experience
2012/4‐Present    Kyoto University of Art and Design, Faculty of Corresponding Education, Department of Fine and Applied Arts, Osaka‐gakusha (Uryuyama Extension Centre), Egg Tempera Class, Part‐time Lecturer, Osaka, Japan
2005/4-2009/3 Kyoto University of Art and Design, Faculty of Art and Applied Arts, Oil Painting Course, Part‐Time Lecturer, Japan
2005/9-2008/3 Kyoto Bijutu Gakuin, Part‐time Instructor, Kyoto, Japan
2002/4-2004/3 Kyoto University of Art and Design, Faculty of Art and Design, Department of Fine and Applied Arts, Japanese Painting Course, Part‐time Lecturer, Kyoto, Japan
1991/4-1991/5 Textile Studio King Kong, Textile Designer, Kyoto, Japan

Education
1999/10-2000/12 University of Brighton, Faculty of Arts and Architecture, School of Arts and Communication, Fine Art, MA, Brighton, U.K.
1995/9-1998/6   University of Brighton, Faculty of Art, Design and Humanities, School of Art, Fine Art, Painting, BA (Hon), Brighton, U.K.
1989/4-1991/3 Kyoto Collage of Art, Fine Art, Japanese Painting (Extension Course), Kyoto, Japan
1987/4-1989/3 Kyoto College of Art, Fine Art, Japanese Painting (Diploma), Kyoto, Japan
1982/4-1984/3  Kyoto Prefectural Rakusai Senior High School, Kyoto, Japan

Solo Exhibitions
2013/12 Gallery Maronie, Kyoto, Japan
2007/9 Ishida Taiseisha Hall, Kyoto, Japan
2006/1 Ishida Taiseisha Hall, Kyoto, Japan
2005/10-/11 Dohjidai Gallery, Kyoto, Japan
2004/5 Dohjidai Gallery, Kyoto, Japan
2003/10-/11    Dohjidai Gallery, Kyoto, Japan
2003/3 Gallery Maronie, Kyoto, Japan
2002/6-/7 Gallery Maronie, Kyoto, Japan

Selected Group Exhibitions
2014/7 “Fan Painting by NIHONGA Artists”, Gallery Maronie, Kyoto, Japan
2013/4 Take part with a group show “Sen” as one of invited artists, Kyoto Museum of Art, Kyoto, Japan
2013/7 “Fan Painting by NIHONGA Artists”, Gallery Maronie, Kyoto, Japan
2010/6 “3rd The NIHONGA-Tradition and Creation” Kyoto Prefectural Museum,
Kyoto, Japan
2009/6 “2nd The NIHONGA-Tradition and Creation” Kyoto Prefectural Museum,
Kyoto, Japan
2008/6 “1st The NIHONGA-Tradition and Creation” Kyoto Prefectural Museum,
Kyoto, Japan
2008/5 Take part with a group exhibition “Sen” as one of invited artists, Kyoto Museum of Art, Kyoto, Japan
2005 “Geijutuka no sen ( Lines Drawn by Artists)” Ishida Taiseisha Hall, Kyoto, Japan
2004/12 “Shi‐ten” Yamamoto Gallery, Kyoto, Japan
2003/11 “Sa‐ten” Gallery Keifu, Kyoto, Japan
2000/3 “Ripe” Unite1&2, the Whole Sale Market, Brighton, U.K.
1999/12 “Arteological Dig.Dig?” University of Brighton, U.K.
1998/6 Sussex Nuffield Hospital, Brighton, U.K.
1997/4 “Second Year Show” the Small Mansion Art Centre, London, U.K.

Collaborations and Combined Shows
2014/5 Wallow Kaba (Mineko Nizufune) “Drawing of Flowers Sketch with Fablic”,
Gallery Maronie, Kyoto, Japan
2011/4-/5 Josiane Keller (Austrian Artist), “What is the difference if I am here or not here?” JARFO, Kyoto, Japan
1995/4-/5 Philippe Lalue, “Paysage et Mort au Japon” Abbaye du Maubuisson,
St. Ouen l’Aumone, France

Awards
1998/6 Burt Bill & Cardens’ Student Awards 1998, Brighton BA (Hons) Degree Shows, Brighton, England
1989/2 Shorei‐sho (Encouragement Award), Kyoto College of Art Graduation Show, Kyoto, Japan
Collections
The Aldrich Collections, University of Brighton, Brighton, England
Private Collections in England, Japan, USA

Voluntary Work
2014/4-Present “Let’s Enjoy NIHONGA” Workshop for foreigners、Kyoto International Community House, Kyoto, Japan
2010/2-/3     Frame Work Shop for Children, “Minnade Tukuru Kodomo Museum”
Sairin‐kan, Kyoto, Japan
2009/7-/3   “The Example of Art Education for Children by Ikuo Kimizu-The Future (of
Art Education) existed in the past” Preparation for the exhibition including amounting, hanging, and withdrawal of the exhibition, Gallery Raku, Kyoto University of Art and Design, Kyoto, Japan