22 Comments

  1. jcvalleau

    This art is great. It reminds me of an artist I found on etsy who hand builds japanese style pottery like raku and kintsugi: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheVillagePotter

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  2. Rafał Ciok

    It was an enlightenment to me. My journey through Japanese ceramics goes through tea ware. And it started with a tea bowl by Keichiiro Sho. Do you know anything about this potter? I love this piece, it is really well shaped, Balanced Hagi with snow White glaze. Thank you for your video

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  3. Cyndi Krupa

    LOVE this video. Thank you so much for sharing not only the beautiful pottery but your insight into it's creation. I especially loved the inclusion of the photography with it. It has inspired me to look even more closely at nature in my own surroundings in a different more questioning way.

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  4. Helen Brown

    I have been a potter for 40 years,and still can’t get enough of noble pots such as those in your collection.you are obviously a dedicated man.but it’s the affection in which you hold these works that touches me.a privilege to share time with you.thank you.

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  5. Rod Lacey

    You mentioned that this style of pottery goes back 7000 years, I was under the impression that human history can only be traced back 4000-5000 years, so may I suggest that your information be called Bullshito.

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