Exhibitions & Awards 2019 September: Accepted into National Juried Exhibition, “View Point” 2018 October: Accepted into the Annual Exhibition at Richmond Art Museum, Richmond, Indiana 2018 September: Accepted into National Juried Exhibition, “View Point” 2017 October:  Accepted into National Juried Exhibition, “View Point”; received‘Founder’s Award’. 2017 May: Invited to exhibit (Japanese) at Boone County Public Library, Kentucky 2016 November:  Accepted into the 118th Annual Exhibition at Richmond Art Museum, Richmond, Indiana 2016 May – June:  Invited to “Uncovering” Exhibition at Washington Park Art Gallery 2016 May – July:  Invited to “Landscape” Exhibition at University Club, Cincinnati 2015 November:  accepted into the 117th Annual Exhibition at Richmond Art Museum, Richmond, Indiana 2015 October:  Received ‘Best of the Show’ at Bang & Olfsen, Cincinnati 2015 August:  Invited to “Still Life/Relevance” at Washington Park Art Gallery, Cincinnati 2014 September:  Invited to “Portrait” Exhibition at Mary Ran Gallery, Hyde Park 2014 June Sept.:  Invited to “Power of Place” at the YWCA Woman’s Art Gallery, Cincinnati 2014 April: Accepted into 121st Annual Exhibition Woman’s Art Cincinnati; Received ‘Fabulous Frames & Art’           2013 November:  “1st Annual Cincinnati International Fine Art” at Cintas Center – sold out 2013 August:  Accepted into National Juried Exhibition, “View Point 45”, received ‘People’s Choice Award’.
Portrait Society of America – Patron Member The Cincinnati MacDowell Society –                      Board Member 2015-present Cincinnati Art Club – Signature Member The Cincinnati Woman’s Club Cincinnati Asian Art Society Japan America Society of Greater Cincinnati Japanese American Citizens League
2013 April:  Accepted into 120th Annual Exhibition Woman’s Art Cincinnati; Received’ Nova Davis Award’ 2012 August: Accepted into National Juried Exhibition, “View Point 44”, received ‘People’s Choice Award’. 2012 March:  Invited to Malton Gallery – Solo Exhibition 2009:  Began studying Western Art under the direction of Mr. David Mueller. 2006:  Setsuko decided to localize in Cincinnati 2005 Became a Special Member of Nihon Bokuso-ten, a nation-wide organization with annual art competitions each year at either the Osaka Municipal Museum of Art or the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, or both. 2005 Received Osaka Educational Administration Award at Osaka Municipal Museum of Art for “Morning at the Lake” 2002 Invited to display three pieces at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum:  “A sound”, “Yellow Fudou-myou-oh,”  and  “Memories of Home”. 2002 Received Silver Medal at Osaka Municipal Museum of Art for “A Sound”. 2001 Received Special Prize for Uniqueness at Osaka Municipal Museum of Art for a piece on the Grand Canyon, titled  “Fossil Valley”. 2000 Received Gold Medal at Osaka Municipal Museum of Art for “Niagara Falls – Winter”, which was also exhibited at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum. 1999 Received Bronze Medal at Osaka Municipal Museum of Art for “Onagadori”, a piece illustrating roosters with tails that can be over 30 feet long.
Email: setsuko@cinci.rr.com
Setsuko LeCroix
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Setsuko has participated in numerous juried art competitions both in the US and Japan receiving many awards throughout her career.
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Portrait Society of America – Patron Member The Cincinnati MacDowell Society –                      Board Member 2015-present Cincinnati Art Club – Signature Member The Cincinnati Woman’s Club Cincinnati Asian Art Society Japan America Society of Greater Cincinnati Japanese American Citizens League
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Accomplishments
Setsuko has participated in numerous juried art competitions both in the US and Japan receiving many awards throughout her career.
self portrait
Exhibitions & Awards 2018 October: Accepted into the Annual Exhibition at Richmond Art Museum, Richmond, Indiana 2018 September: Accepted into National Juried Exhibition, “View Point” 2017 October:  Accepted into National Juried Exhibition, “View Point”; received‘Founder’s Award’. 2017 May: Invited to exhibit (Japanese) at Boone County Public Library, Kentucky 2016 November:  Accepted into the 118th Annual Exhibition at Richmond Art Museum, Richmond, Indiana 2016 May – June:  Invited to “Uncovering” Exhibition at Washington Park Art Gallery 2016 May – July:  Invited to “Landscape” Exhibition at University Club, Cincinnati 2015 November:  accepted into the 117th Annual Exhibition at Richmond Art Museum, Richmond, Indiana 2015 October:  Received ‘Best of the Show’ at Bang & Olfsen, Cincinnati 2015 August:  Invited to “Still Life/Relevance” at Washington Park Art Gallery, Cincinnati 2014 September:  Invited to “Portrait” Exhibition at Mary Ran Gallery, Hyde Park 2014 June Sept.:  Invited to “Power of Place” at the YWCA Woman’s Art Gallery, Cincinnati 2014 April: Accepted into 121st Annual Exhibition Woman’s Art Cincinnati; Received ‘Fabulous Frames & Art’           2013 November:  “1st Annual Cincinnati International Fine Art” at Cintas Center – sold out 2013 August:  Accepted into National Juried Exhibition, “View Point 45”, received ‘People’s Choice Award’. 2013 April:  Accepted into 120th Annual Exhibition Woman’s Art Cincinnati; Received’ Nova Davis Award’
2012 August: Accepted into National Juried Exhibition, “View Point 44”, received ‘People’s Choice Award’. 2012 March:  Invited to Malton Gallery – Solo Exhibition 2009:  Began studying Western Art under the direction of Mr. David Mueller. 2006:  Setsuko decided to localize in Cincinnati 2005 Became a Special Member of Nihon Bokuso-ten, a nation-wide organization with annual art competitions each year at either the Osaka Municipal Museum of Art or the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, or both. 2005 Received Osaka Educational Administration Award at Osaka Municipal Museum of Art for “Morning at the Lake” 2002 Invited to display three pieces at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum:  “A sound”, “Yellow Fudou-myou-oh,”  and  “Memories of Home”. 2002 Received Silver Medal at Osaka Municipal Museum of Art for “A Sound”. 2001 Received Special Prize for Uniqueness at Osaka Municipal Museum of Art for a piece on the Grand Canyon, titled  “Fossil Valley”. 2000 Received Gold Medal at Osaka Municipal Museum of Art for “Niagara Falls – Winter”, which was also exhibited at the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum. 1999 Received Bronze Medal at Osaka Municipal Museum of Art for “Onagadori”, a piece illustrating roosters with tails that can be over 30 feet long.