These pieces are thrown and trimmed on the wheel before an addition of clay is carefully attached and modelled to be straight and delicate – following the rim of the pot downward across the surface of the piece. The line gives the pot a face and stands for a mark of time: a division between shadow and light, a midpoint and practically a tactile protrusion to be felt and held. The vessels are glazed with thick feldspathic glazes that break over sharp edges, revealing the clay body, rich in iron beneath – and are then fired in a reduction atmosphere for just over 12 hours.
Details: Stoneware, feldspathic celadon/guan type glazes, reduction fired.
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