White Rhythm Series, Nagae Shigekazu, LACMA #ceramic

White Rhythm Series, Nagae Shigekazu, LACMA #ceramic

Porcelain Art by Japanese artist Nagae Shigekazu

Porcelain Art by Japanese artist Nagae Shigekazu

Nagae Shigekazu Porcelain based #ceramic

Nagae Shigekazu Porcelain based #ceramic

NAGAE Shigekazu

NAGAE Shigekazu

Nagae Shigekazu - http://passion-ceramique.blogspot.fr/2011/05/shigekazu-nagae-la-galerie-helene-poree.html #ceramic

Nagae Shigekazu - http://passion-ceramique.blogspot.fr/2011/05/shigekazu-nagae-la-galerie-helene-poree.html #ceramic

Nagae Shigekazu - http://passion-ceramique.blogspot.fr/2011/05/shigekazu-nagae-la-galerie-helene-poree.html #ceramic

Nagae Shigekazu - http://passion-ceramique.blogspot.fr/2011/05/shigekazu-nagae-la-galerie-helene-poree.html #ceramic


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Nagae Shigekazu - http://passion-ceramique.blogspot.fr/2011/05/shigekazu-nagae-la-galerie-helene-poree.html #ceramic

Nagae Shigekazu - http://passion-ceramique.blogspot.fr/2011/05/shigekazu-nagae-la-galerie-helene-poree.html #ceramic

Saiseki zogan utsuwa – Kishi Eiko Eiko Kishi invented the technique used to create this piece, which she calls “colored inlay” (saiseki zōgan).  She mixes wet clay with small fragments of ground, hardened clay. She then molds the form of the piece and shallowly cuts a pattern into the surface of the form using a needle or engraving knife. Before firing, these crevices are filled with more fragments and pigments. The finished effect is reminiscent of stone, yet still retain ceramic…

Saiseki zogan utsuwa – Kishi Eiko Eiko Kishi invented the technique used to create this piece, which she calls “colored inlay” (saiseki zōgan). She mixes wet clay with small fragments of ground, hardened clay. She then molds the form of the piece and shallowly cuts a pattern into the surface of the form using a needle or engraving knife. Before firing, these crevices are filled with more fragments and pigments. The finished effect is reminiscent of stone, yet still retain ceramic…

Glazed Dish - Hoshino Kayoko 2006 By hand-pinching and slicing her clay with wires, Hoshino “releases” the forms within the clay to create silhouettes and shapes inspired by the mountain peaks and boulders from the natural landscape of rural Japan.

Glazed Dish - Hoshino Kayoko 2006 By hand-pinching and slicing her clay with wires, Hoshino “releases” the forms within the clay to create silhouettes and shapes inspired by the mountain peaks and boulders from the natural landscape of rural Japan.

click images to enlarge  I love these new bookshelves designed by Nendo. They’re the latest addition to their dancing squares collection – an investigation into the possibilities of square planes – which they released earlier this year. Below are 2 different arrangements but the shelves can be i

Square Bookshelves by Nendo

click images to enlarge I love these new bookshelves designed by Nendo. They’re the latest addition to their dancing squares collection – an investigation into the possibilities of square planes – which they released earlier this year. Below are 2 different arrangements but the shelves can be i

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