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Ceramic ● Kazonuri Hamana ● (Pacific coast, Chiba Japan)   Per Sarah at Palo Alto Clay & Glass Festival, try:  thick slip, dry with torch, pin tool to create horizontal lines, pull out, cracks and vertical lines happen naturally

Ceramic ● Kazonuri Hamana ● (Pacific coast, Chiba Japan) Per Sarah at Palo Alto Clay & Glass Festival, try: thick slip, dry with torch, pin tool to create horizontal lines, pull out, cracks and vertical lines happen naturally

Beautiful pottery - click for more - - 作品・works : 器・UTSUWA&陶芸blog

Beautiful pottery - click for more - - 作品・works : 器・UTSUWA&陶芸blog

interesting way of building  slab pot--Does anyone know since it's done in strips, is this the toilet paper mixed with slip process?-sw

interesting way of building slab pot--Does anyone know since it's done in strips, is this the toilet paper mixed with slip process?-sw

● Jun Kaneko ● Ceramic (The sculptures will dry for a year and then fired for about 3 months in a massive kiln.)

● Jun Kaneko ● Ceramic (The sculptures will dry for a year and then fired for about 3 months in a massive kiln.)

Analogue Life Online Shop | Japanese Designed & Artisan Made Housewares

Analogue Life Online Shop | Japanese Designed & Artisan Made Housewares

Beautiful texture and forms! Reminds me of @Lindsey Walls amazing pieces in our sculpture class in college.

Beautiful texture and forms! Reminds me of @Lindsey Walls amazing pieces in our sculpture class in college.

Everything that Sally MacDonell and Neil MacDonell make is unique. For full details on prices or to find out more about works, please phone Sally or Neil or email sally@macdonell-ceramics.co.uk

Everything that Sally MacDonell and Neil MacDonell make is unique. For full details on prices or to find out more about works, please phone Sally or Neil or email sally@macdonell-ceramics.co.uk

KITAMURA Junko, Japan 北村純子. Kitamura Junko grew up in a historical part of Kyoto and was a student of two of Japan’s most prominent modern artists: Suzuki Osamu and Kondo Yutaka. She blends modern visual sensibilities with patterns evocative of Jomon period (10,500–300 BC) pottery and clay from the ancient pottery center of Shigaraki.

KITAMURA Junko, Japan 北村純子. Kitamura Junko grew up in a historical part of Kyoto and was a student of two of Japan’s most prominent modern artists: Suzuki Osamu and Kondo Yutaka. She blends modern visual sensibilities with patterns evocative of Jomon period (10,500–300 BC) pottery and clay from the ancient pottery center of Shigaraki.

Lucie Rie  #ceramics #pottery

Lucie Rie #ceramics #pottery

Simple & beautiful. I really love this - it could sit anywhere in my home even in our work warehouse and look terrific. Beautiful ceramicbottle. AS2013 : tania rollond

Simple & beautiful. I really love this - it could sit anywhere in my home even in our work warehouse and look terrific. Beautiful ceramicbottle. AS2013 : tania rollond