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I had interest china painting in 1996. I started to study china painting seriously in 2000. As I met Mr. Kitada (a great china painter and my teacher), I had strong mind to be a professional china painter.

"bara-kobo" means the "Rose Studio" in Japanese. The name of this site is loaded with my plans for my own art studio.

"Rose" contains some thoughts. First, rose is my favourite flower. Also, rose is a common and important motif for porcelain painting, and one of most difficult to draw. Finally, rose is a national flower of my favourite country, England. For these reasons, I named my studio the "Rose Studio".

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Name

Rie Oshima

Date of Birth

16th of May, 1967

Working Place

Aichi Prefecture, Japan

Studying at

Kitada China Painting Course by Tousaikan (Nagoya, Japan)
 

Favourite Motifs

Roses, Portraits

Career

2011

Magic Mama, Kitada China Painting Class Exhibition
Chikashin Gallery, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

2010

Qualified a state examination for the skill to manufacture porcelain
Painting - Grade 1

2009

Group Exhibition " Christmas Gift "
Gallery " Kawaraban-ya ", Seto, Aichi, Japan

2008

Group Exhibition " Christmas Gift "
Gallery " Kawaraban-ya ", Seto, Aichi, Japan

2007

The 2nd One-man Exhibition " Hajimari-2nd scene "
Gallery " Komorebi ", Nagakute, Aichi, Japan

The 2nd Tousaikan Joint Exhibition
Myokoen Gallery, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

2006

Bara-Kobo China Painting Club
Open china painting classes

The 1st One-man Exhibition " Hajimari-1st scene "
Gallery " Komorebi ", Nagakute, Aichi, Japan

2005

Tousaikan, Kitada China Painting Class Exhibition
Myokoen Gallery, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

2004

Group Exhibition " Christmas Gift "
Gallery " Kawaraban-ya ", Seto, Aichi, Japan

2003

The 1st Tousaikan Joint Exhibition
Hilton Nagoya, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

2000 - present

China painting (overglaze) and gilding course
Tousaikan, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
Course given by Masanobu Kitada

1999

Apprenticeship in Hoechst Porzellan-manufaktur
Hoechst, Frankfurt, Germany

1997

Porcelain painting course (overglaze)
Asahi Culture Centre, Nagoya, Japan
Course given by Matis Miklos, a master painter from Porcelain-manufacture Herend, Hungary

1997 - 2000

Porcelain painting course (underglaze)
P. B. S. Kato School, Nagakute, Aichi, Japan
Course given by Hiroshi Esaki, Epo Corporation

1988 - 1990

Japanese painting (Nihonga) master class
Kyoto Junior Art College, Kyoto, Japan

1986 - 1988

Japanese painting (Nihonga) basic course
Kyoto Junior Art College, Kyoto, Japan

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