Kaeko Akaike

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Setsuro Ono / 小野セツロー 土人形

Setsuro Ono / 小野セツロー 土人形

Whimsical ceramic figures by Stan Bitters—two of his "People Pots."

Stan Bitters is a pioneer of the organic modernist craft movement in the Bitters’ low center of gravity garden figurines have been called Haniwa after the terra cotta funerary figures that date back to Japan.

The king who puts a hawk on the arm.   The Kofun period art, Haniwa terracotta clay figure.   The 500s. Ota-city gunma Japan.

The king who puts a hawk on the arm. The Kofun period art, Haniwa terracotta clay figure. The Ota-city gunma Japan.

Ceramic Haniwa in the Form of an Archer, c. 500, Japan, Kofun Period (c. 3rd century-538)

Haniwa in the Form of an Archer, c. 500 Japan, Kofun Period (c. earthenware with applied, cut and incised designs and red slip, Overall: x x cm x 19 x 7 inches).

Native American Folk Art - Charlie Willeto

orange - man - wood figurine by Navajo medicine man & folk artist Charlie (Alfred) Willeto via Native American Cultural Arts

Folk Marquetry Frame with Inset Animals and Tintype

Folk Marquetry Frame with Inset Animals and Tintype

honey nut cake

This recipe uses very little sugar — which was rationed during wartime. Honey Nut Cake recipe from old advertisement 2 cups sifted Swans Down Cake Flour 2 tsp. salt cup butter or shortening cup sugar cup honey 3 eggs