Wabicha and the Perception of Beauty in Wood-fired Ceramics
Wabicha and the Perception of Beauty in Wood-fired Ceramics I developed a passion for the surface effects found on Japanese wood-fired pottery when I read the book, The Heritage of Japanese Ceramics, by Fujio Koyama in 1975. In retrospect this was a significant moment in my life, for the unglazed ceramics from Shigaraki, Bizen, Tokoname, and Tamba that are shown in that book set the trajectory of my making career—unglazed pottery fired in large cross-draught...[Show more]
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