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Mino-yaki for Miyama by Nendo

Mino-yaki for Miyama by Nendo

Mino-yaki is a type of pottery and porcelain with more than 1300 years of history, traditionally produced in the Tono region of Gifu Prefecture in Japan. In Mino-yaki, Nendo combines ‘mino-ya…

Japanese-born ceramic artist Kenji Uranishi relocated to Brisbane in 2004. From his tiny studio, porcelain structures reminiscent of the built environment are created using slip casting and slab techniques. His work fuses great craftsmanship and Japanese sensibility with a fascination for his surrounding environment

Japanese-born ceramic artist Kenji Uranishi Brisbane in Studio porcelain structures reminiscent of the built environment are created using slip casting and slab techniques. His work fuses great craftsmanship and Japanese sensibility.

Brown Studio Pottery Salt and Pepper Shakers by ModernSquirrel, $25.00

Brown Studio Pottery Salt and Pepper Shakers

Vintage Stoneware Studio Art Pottery Salt and by scottishart, $32.00

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www.jetskevisser.nljapanese suminagashi - reaction between water and oil based pigments

Hydro-phobia — Jetske Visser: oil based pigments on water form a delicate pattern which is transferred to porcelain.

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