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daraartisans: “COVET Katsumi Machimura Japanese ceramics embody the aesthetic of “wabi”, meaning rustic simplicity.

The Kimono Gallery — nok0706: Antique Japanese kutani blue & white...

Antique Japanese kutani blue and white tea bowl, ancient japanese bowl, wheel thrown, possibly mishima technique,

This glaze looks pretty cool and possible to do. Maybe put a thin line of wax resist under the outside line so it really pools relatively evenly. If the glaze is heavy enough then it should melt over the line and that would look even more awesome.

Ceramic cups by taobao - I love these! The beauty of them, the simplicity, the dual textures in your hand, the illusion of movement the drops create, the gentle earth tone colors. Of course they are by a Japanese artist. What is this glaze?

hilary laforce, blueberry modern pottery

large tea bowl - porcelain with crystalline / volcanic glaze -by Hilary Laforce - 2012

Broken and Melted Ceramics

I like the dimensions on these photos and the color change between the bowl and liquid looking stuff flowing from the bowl.extremely clever and quirky ceramic art work

// shio kusaka

Shio KusakaJanuary 7 – February reception: Saturday, January 6 – Blum & Poe is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by Japanese-born, Los Angeles-based artist Shio Kusaka. This is Kusaka’s first solo-exhibition with the gallery.

Lot 25 - A Hagi Ware Chawan [Tea Bowl] Edo period (17th century) The high-sided…

Lot 25 - A Hagi Ware Chawan [Tea Bowl] Edo period century) The high-sided bowl with ring foot covered