Pat Southwood on mon 4 jul 05
I went to see if you had any of Matsusaki Ken, but i could'nt find your =
photo's from the link.
What am I doing wrong?- I'd love to see them.
Glad you had a good time.
My students and I listened to Live8 while we were waiting for the kilns =
to heat up at a Raku day,
It was a good firing. I tried horsehair firing for the first time, - =
cool ! - if smelly.
I also put a copper slip on a pot and then put a copper glaze on top and =
reduced it.- Totally chavtastic and well bling.=20
If one likes that sort of thing - ;-]=20
(My 13rd old son decided today that a rural chav is a chaff, which I =
thought was quite funny and the word is in my head). =20
Did you go to Ceramicart London ? if so what did you think ?
Best, Pat Southwood
May Luk on tue 5 jul 05
There are total of 6 pages of photos. At the bottom of the page is where
you can navigate to the other pages. I have a few of Matsusaki Ken. I
went to his demo. He's very good. He worked his kick wheel with a bare
foot. His chawans are like sculptures and he treats them as such. It's a
pity I didn't buy his DVD. I have to watch my budget. The link again for
I was away when the Ceramic art London was on. I was told it was a top
notch show - if you have to rate it with the other
pottery/ceramics/craft selling shows.
Lee Love on tue 5 jul 05
May Luk wrote:
May, thanks for the photos!
What did Matsuzaki throw his tea bowls on?
in Mashiko, Japan http://mashiko.org
http://hankos.blogspot.com/ Visual Bookmarks
http://ikiru.blogspot.com/ Zen and Craft
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As dreams are made on; and our little life
Is rounded with a sleep."
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