Writer Miki Sato Small bowl (green)
The gradation created by the gentle and warm flow of the glaze that wraps the container, the delicate and cute pattern drawn in one stroke, makes me sigh unexpectedly♡
■Size: Diameter about 11.5 x Height 3.5 cm
Material: Half porcelain
■ Support availability
Microwave oven ×
[Introduction of the creator]
Writer Miki Sato
The refreshing flow of glaze that wraps the container and the delicate and cute pattern drawn together make the piece sighingly attractive. I studied pottery at a Japanese and American university, Mashiko's pottery factory, and since 2013, I have been making pottery mainly in pottery at my home workshop in Chiba prefecture.
2005 Graduated from Bunka Women's University, Faculty of Art and Design, Ceramics Course
2008 Graduated from The New York State College of Ceramics @ Alfred University (NY, USA)
2008-2009 Studio Assistant at Brick House Ceramic Art Center (NY)
2009-2011 Mashiko ware pottery Yokoyama pottery (Masuko, Tochigi) work
2011-Worked at Ray Art School (Shibuya, Tokyo)/2013-made pottery at home studio
■ Selection history
2014 Selected for Meshi Bowl Grand Prix Exhibition (Hasami)
2009 DINING IN: AN ARTFUL EXPERIENCE Selected (18 Hands Gallery, Houston TX)
2009 Selected for National Juried Ceramics Exhibition (Clay Space Ceramic Arts Studio, Warrenville IL)
2008 Eleventh NY-Tokyo Sister City Exchange Ceramics Contest by Ceramic Artist Friendship Association (Nippon Gallery, New York NY)
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