Sachiko Kuroda graduated in 2008 at the Kanazawa college of art, Japan and obtained her master degree from Urushi Department in 2010. Kuroda attended courses from 2010 to 2013 at Utatuyama Craft WorkShop in Kanazawa. She had her first major solo exhibition of lacquer works at Arai Atelier Gallery in Tokyo in 2015. Kuroda’s solo exhibitions were also held at Gallery Keifuu in Kyoto and in Nihonbashi Takashimaya Art Craft Salon in Tokyo.
Kuroda enjoys experimenting different types of materials such as raden, egg shells and metal power in her art creations. Her works are always a unique in shape and designed delicately with exquisite decoration. Kuroda travelled intensively to show her works in Japan and Europe, namely Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art in Kyoto, The Museum of Arts & Crafts Itami in Hyougo, Japan, Musterring International in Germany. Her works had been presented at COLLECT art fair from 2015 to 2019 in London, UK, and were collected by the Utatsuyama Craft Workshop in Ishikawa, Japan and V&A Museum in London, UK.
“I am obsessed with the lacquer decoration. Many of my works are inspired by nature such as flowers, birds, snow and rain.”