Yuri Masaki is a Japanese glass designer she was president of the Masaki Glass and Art Studio.
Her work was included in 1987 and 1990 ‘Glass in Japan,’ Tokyo and 1991 (V) Triennale of the Japan Glass Arts Craft Association, Heller Gallery New York. Her work was subject of exhibitions at 1988 Senbikiyia Gallery Tokyo. 1987 Glass Plaza, Osaka. 1986 – 1988 ‘Art of the Environment,’ touring Kyoto, and Osaka. She won the grand prize at the 1988 Suntory Museum of Art Competition, Tokyo.
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