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乾山銹絵菊図水指 けんざんさびえきくずみずさし 江戸時代中期 18c

乾山銹絵菊図水指 けんざんさびえきくずみずさし 江戸時代中期 18c

Antique Chinese Ming Xuande Dynasty Porcelain Chair Seat Pottery China Qing

Antique Chinese Ming Xuande Dynasty Porcelain Chair Seat Pottery China Qing

Chinese antique blue and white ceramic porcelain garden table and stool with dragon design

Chinese antique blue and white ceramic porcelain garden table and stool with dragon design

Gaea Moon Pots by Toshiko Takaezu, 1979

Gaea Moon Pots by Toshiko Takaezu, 1979

Claudia Clare : Ceramic Artist and the C Word

Claudia Clare : Ceramic Artist and the C Word

Sin Ying Cassandra Ho (Sin-ying Ho) holds a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and an MFA from Louisiana State University. While she studied at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, she participated in an Off Campus Study Program. This allowed her to study at the Jingdezhen Ceramics Institute in China, one of the most prestigious institutes of higher learning in China that is dedicated to the study of ceramic arts. Jingdezhen is considered the birthplace of porcelain.

Sin Ying Cassandra Ho (Sin-ying Ho) holds a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and an MFA from Louisiana State University. While she studied at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, she participated in an Off Campus Study Program. This allowed her to study at the Jingdezhen Ceramics Institute in China, one of the most prestigious institutes of higher learning in China that is dedicated to the study of ceramic arts. Jingdezhen is considered the birthplace of porcelain.

Toshiko Takaezu

Toshiko Takaezu

"In my life I see no difference between making pots, cooking and growing vegetables. They are all so related. However, there is a need for me to work in clay. It is so gratifying and I get so much joy from it, and it gives me many answers in my life." Toshiko Takaezu (June 17, 1922 – March 9, 2011)

"In my life I see no difference between making pots, cooking and growing vegetables. They are all so related. However, there is a need for me to work in clay. It is so gratifying and I get so much joy from it, and it gives me many answers in my life." Toshiko Takaezu (June 17, 1922 – March 9, 2011)

Handbuilding doesn't get the attention it deserves. Here's an example of why handbuilding merits more attention! | Karen Karnes

Handbuilding doesn't get the attention it deserves. Here's an example of why handbuilding merits more attention! | Karen Karnes

Finding beauty in the dissonance

Finding beauty in the dissonance