• by jun kaneko (Japanese)
  • Lamella Vases from The Home Port
  • Tsujimura Shiro, Japan
  • Sodeisha, a Japanese ceramic movement, was est. in 1948
  • Taro TABUCHI (Japanese: 1977)
  • Japanese Pottery Japanese Tea Bowl Mino Ware for by JAPANTIQUE
  • Tanoue-Shinya--Japanese-ceramic-artist
  • Yoko Terai   Elusive Beauty II  Nov. 25 - Dec. 30, 2005 - Elusive Beauty  ceramic form #13   11
  • A traditional hand-built Raku tea bowl or chawan in Japanese - Artist unknown.
  • Gerro de Matsui Kosei. - I Absolutely Love Pottery & this is some of the Finest I have ever seen !
  • Matsui Kosei (1927-2003)  Large Jar (1978) - neriage technique (marbled patterns)
  • Yoshiro Ikeda contemporary Japanese pottery
  • Placitas artist Michael Prokos was among the first artists to experiment in wood firing . Prokos helped build New Mexico’s first wood-fire kiln—modeled after a Japanese Anagama kiln—in Madrid in 1999, when there were only about a dozen wood-fire kilns in the country. Sculptural and often utilitarian, Prokos’s work complicates and blurs all traditional distinctions between fine art and crafts.
  • Ken-Matsuzaki-japanese-woodfired-pottery
  • Harris Deller - I'm in love - my water and harris'
  • Studio Joo
  • Ceramic Tumbler Cups by Blue Eagle Pottery
  • Plate # 9 for the Bull & Beggar Restaurant (2014) by Lindsay Rogers.
  • Erika Nomura
  • Cheryl Malone ceramics
  • // Erna Aaltonen
  • folded ceramic bowl
  • Kerry Hastings Ceramics - hand coiled one of a kind bowls. These glazes are subtle but lovely. These are Matte glazes. We only have a few in the studio. If you are interested let me know and I can order more.
  • Puls Ceramics
  • Ceramics
  • Miyama hass soy sauce plate
  • Amazing ceramics in the most ethereal colors.... by Dietlind Wolf. Photo by Nathalie Carnet.
  • Shio KUSAKA, Japan
  • Ceramics