Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud


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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

Postby andrzej bero » Sep 21st, '11, 20:22

some more pics from last exhibition of "sciezka" (group of visual artists working on many fieldes)
part I - formal chanoyu (urasenke style)
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part II - exhibition
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part III - tea for all
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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

Postby andrzej bero » Oct 5th, '11, 19:03

Just made some new stuff around tea - still in process ( http://aneybo.blogspot.com/2011/09/see-dem-come-jesien.html )
Some teajars too.

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... and I have a question to that.
Do you prefer glazed or raw/unglazed interior of jars for tea storage. So many concepts. I personally prefer unglazed stoneware but I am truly interested in your opinion. Have any?
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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

Postby Drax » Oct 5th, '11, 19:41

Those containers are very beautiful, and I see some interesting textures on a couple in the back peaking through. Nice!

For tea storage containers, I prefer unglazed as well -- I think it's a mental preference of clay that can breathe helping the tea to breathe...
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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

Postby andrzej bero » Oct 7th, '11, 06:07

Thanks Drax and congrats your sharp vision:) yes, some have texture applied.

Drax wrote:I think it's a mental preference of clay that can breathe helping the tea to breathe...

Do you find here any defferences between teas you are going to improve during aging vs. short deadline teas? (ok, maybe that is for main forum)
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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

Postby Abracadaver! » Oct 9th, '11, 12:11

Stephane (Teamasters) has quite a few posts in his blog covering his experiments with different kinds of storage for short and long term tea storage. That might be a helpful place to start...
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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

Postby Petr Novák » Oct 13th, '11, 06:53

Perfect cup from Andrzej on our garden...thank you!

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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

Postby andrzej bero » Nov 29th, '11, 08:19

so long... thanks Abracadaver for prompt, thanks Petr for pics

Some new. Same clay, similar shape, different glaze and firing condition. About 7cm high. Will put some more later. thanks
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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

Postby Chip » Nov 30th, '11, 02:14

Verrrry cool pieces, Andrzei! Thanks for sharing! :mrgreen:
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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

Postby andrzej bero » Nov 30th, '11, 20:23

Thank you Chip, nice that somebody is watching:)
Some say - too much Korean in style - what can I say:)
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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

Postby Chasen » Nov 30th, '11, 20:33

Beautiful work, Andrzej!

Also, thanks for the pix of the Urasenke ceremony. Brings back many memories. Years ago, I spent almost ten years studying Urasenke-style Chanoyu. Still perform it from time to time.
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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

Postby IPT » Nov 30th, '11, 21:25

For the tea containers, I personally, prefer unglazed. I store dark teas in tea containers, so unglazed lets in more air.

I do love the look of yours. I hope you post photos of them once they are fired.
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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

Postby debunix » Nov 30th, '11, 23:10

I really like those cups just above--they look light and yet their forms gives them the impression of solidity and heft.
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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

Postby IPT » Dec 1st, '11, 02:49

Yes, those two cups are incredible!
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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

Postby andrzej bero » Dec 1st, '11, 12:12

Chasen- that is fantastic you practice that path. I have a great respect for my urasenke friends.
I can learn a lot from them and it was great experience during that silence ceremony.


IPT, Debunix - thanks a lot for your good words. I am watching your posts here on TC and your opinion is very interesting for me.
Yes, jars will be unglazed inside:)
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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

Postby andrzej bero » Dec 8th, '11, 09:54

tea mug infuser?
I (like I think most of TC lookers here) do not like mugs for good tea. Difficult to explain that now, but I am sure you know what I mean.
but ... I was really suffering last year when with my wife and children we spend winter holidays in ski hostel with anything worth to drink. Box with some tea I could take, but there was no place for my tea utensils (and can you imagine one at the hostel table with his own teapot, cups, cooler, chapan and so on, for me is enough to "make show" with no meat eating :)
Now I am ready for coming holidays !
150ml to the rim (I can use 1/2), testing with OB from Teamasters, works!
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