New Work at Entoten -San Diego, CA

Earlier this month I was interviewed by Entoten owner, Ai Kanazawa Cheung about my work and process. I'm delighted to be featured in their most recent blog post, which includes some wonderful images taken in Entoten's new showroom in San Diego, CA. I've also sent a small selection of wood fired vessels, tableware, and sake ware for their online gallery. Please take a moment to read the interview and see the work for sale here.

  Sake Bottle  Minnesota kaolinitic clays wood fired for 4 days photo courtesy of Entoten

Sake Bottle
Minnesota kaolinitic clays
wood fired for 4 days
photo courtesy of Entoten

  'Sandstone + Moraine' Plate   Minnesota clays, sand & stones Electric Fired photo + arrangement courtesy of Entoten

'Sandstone + Moraine' Plate
Minnesota clays, sand & stones
Electric Fired
photo + arrangement courtesy of Entoten

 'Sandstone + Moraine' Tea Cups Minnesota clays, sand & stones Electric Fired photo courtesy of Entoten

'Sandstone + Moraine' Tea Cups
Minnesota clays, sand & stones
Electric Fired
photo courtesy of Entoten

  Reduction Cooled Guinomi  MN kaolinitic clays Wood fired for 4 days   

Reduction Cooled Guinomi
MN kaolinitic clays
Wood fired for 4 days

 

  Reduction Cooled Chawan  MN kaolinitic clays Wood fired for 4 days

Reduction Cooled Chawan
MN kaolinitic clays
Wood fired for 4 days

 Ember Buried 'Kettle Hole' Vessel MN kaolinitic clays Wood fired for 4 days

Ember Buried 'Kettle Hole' Vessel
MN kaolinitic clays
Wood fired for 4 days