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Now that's a kiln! Jun Kaneko is a Japanese ceramic artist living in Omaha, Nebraska, in the United States. In 1942 he was born in Nagoya, Japan, where he studied painting during his high school years

Jun Kaneko

Jun Kaneko was born in Nagoya, Japan in 1942 and went to the USA in He began studying ceramic art at the Chouinard Institute of Art in California where his focus became Voulkos in Los Angeles and also PSoldner and Jerry Rothman.

Tony Marsh is an American contemporary ceramic artist. He lives and works in Long Beach, California. Marsh studied as an apprentice under Japanese potter Shimaoka, in Mashiko, Japan. Marsh credits his experience in Japan with much of his personal development: "Working every day at pottery seems now to have served as a vehicle for great lessons that have stayed with me.

Tony Marsh - Glazed Earthenware Tri-Lobed Vessel and Contents (Perforated Vessel Series), 2002

Born and raised in Japan, Jun Kaneko moved to the United States to study ceramics. Not able to speak the language, he was forced to focus purely on the visual. His painting background is evident in his work, where his monolithic ceramic “dangos” (Japanese word for dumpling) become 3D, inflated canvases. Working primarily with graphic, yet painterly, lines , his rhythmic designs are analogous with the Japanese Shinto concept of the “Ma”, which means “attachment through space”.

Born and raised in Japan, Jun Kaneko moved to the United States to study ceramics. Not able to speak the language, he was forced to focus purely on the visual. His painting background is evident in his work, where his monolithic ceramic “dangos” (Japanese word for dumpling) become 3D, inflated canvases. Working primarily with graphic, yet painterly, lines , his rhythmic designs are analogous with the Japanese Shinto concept of the “Ma”, which means “attachment through space”.

Ceramic sculptor Jun Kaneko puts some muscle into moving one of his monumental Dango clay sculptures. Dango means “dumpling” or “closed form” in Japanese. Jun Kaneko moving one of his Dango sculptures on a cart, 1986 / unidentified photographer. Dorothy Weiss Gallery records, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

Ceramic sculptor Jun Kaneko puts some muscle into moving one of his monumental Dango clay sculptures. Dango means “dumpling” or “closed form” in Japanese. Jun Kaneko moving one of his Dango sculptures on a cart, 1986

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Ceramic artist, Marge Margulies, demonstrates the art of throwing one of her favorite pieces, The Wave. Set to a cool Afro drum beat. See the collection at: .

Master Ceramic Artist: Karen Karnes, who did her pottery up until her 80's. She studied at Black Mountain College in NC. www.cullowheemountainarts.org

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