A large double stacked vessel made with a Japanese style Shigaraki clay body, coiled piece, handmade, high fired in a gas kiln, with a special made glaze. Inspired by Japanese Ikebana pots.
Ikebana is the art of beautifully arranging cut stems, leaves, and flowers in vases and other containers that evolved in Japan over seven centuries
About Justin Hoffman
Hoffman is a Bay Area ceramic artist and painter whose work constantly shifts between sculpture, vessel, and three-dimensional objects, and is heavily influenced by the ceramic artists in Japan. Each piece is made by hand and each form is created in the moment. He has studied wood-firing in Japan under two master potters and participated in a Noborigama firing in Seto, Japan.
Origin: San Fransisco, CA
Materials: clay, special made glaze
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