Oishi Sayaka 大石早矢香 Japanese, b. 1979

SELECTED Public Collections:

Han Hyang Lim Onggi Museum, South Korea

Icheon World Ceramic Center, Korea
The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park
Hagi Uragami Museum



1980 Born in Kyoto
2004 BFA, Kyoto City University of Arts

  • Received best award at Tachikichi Craft Competition

2013 Nominated Kobe Biennale competition
2014 Received the third Prize at The 43rd Choza Award Tokoname Pottery Exhibition of Living
2015 Received Silver Prize at Tradition and Innovation Japanese Ceramics Now

  • (Exhibited at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park and Shigaraki Ceramic Park)
  • Received Director’s Encouragement Award at Kyoten
  • Received the second prize at The 32nd Choza Award Tokoname Ceramic Exhibition

2016 Honarable Mention a the Hagi Grand Prix of Contemporary Ceramic IV
2017 Nominated The 3rd Triennale of KOGEI in Kanazawa

  • Thematic Exhibition in Gwangju GICB2017
  • Nominated the 12th Paramita Museum Ceramic Art Grand Prize Exhibition
  • Guest artist of the residency program at The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park (also ‘19)

2019 Nominated Korean International Ceramic Biennale 2019

  • Nominated Kikuchi biennale VIII
  • Solo Exhibition at The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park

2020 Nominated The 23rd TARO award, TARO OKAMOTO Museum of Art

  • Solo Exhibition at Takashimaya Department Store, Kyoto