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chawan views & i signed up w/ ETSY !

Postby bonjiri » Jun 10th, '09, 10:37

biidoro chawan shomen


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nice pink hues of copper on shino. happens by chance in the kiln.

great news gang ! i signed up w/ ETSY ! under cory LUm. now i need to figure out how to upload images etc. next to photograph some ceramic art !

aloha ! cory
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Postby Aphroditea » Jun 10th, '09, 11:13

For folks checking the url is http://corylum.etsy.com or you can do a search for corylum (all one word). Looking forward to seeing pics of the pieces, Cory!
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thanks aphroditea

Postby bonjiri » Jun 10th, '09, 11:28

thanks aphroditea

mahalo for posting the etsy address !

thanks !


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hand thrown and altered futaoki (lid rest) . 2-inches high. soda fired. cone 10
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welcome to etsy

Postby T-session » Jun 10th, '09, 12:31

Hi Cory,
I left you a convo at etsy, now you have your first. Also I "hearted" you. People will heart you when they see your work and want to go back and check your shop frequently. All they have to do is go to their favorites (up on top) and click on you. If you check "who hearts this shop" on the right column, you get a new screen with those people.
Now for how to post pics... go to "your etsy" up on top in blue and click it. Then your private etsy page comes up that only you see and can change things on. Over on the left side in the blue word column, click on add new item under heading ITEMS. It's pretty easy to follow from there, page by page. If you want advise on shipping, pic loading... just ask. Etsy is one thing I've gotten good at.
Looking forward to seeing your pics on etsy!
Best to you, Bill
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Postby coloradopu » Jun 10th, '09, 13:08

oh my god i thought you had an etsy sight.

i could swore i went to it a while back when you first posted.

you have nice pics here and i bet the new stuff will look good on etsy

good luck and hope you make a sale soon.
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aloha to your thread Cory

Postby Little pig » Jun 10th, '09, 20:59

Cory:

Very lovely things you have here.

Regarding etsy and uploading pics--seems if you can do it here Etsy will be no problem.
jean ann
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first etsy chawan

Postby bonjiri » Jun 11th, '09, 19:44

ok

hehe

i finally did it. waded through posting my first chawan on etsy.

cheers

cory !


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interesting shomen

Postby bonjiri » Jun 11th, '09, 20:32

interesting, painterly shomen. soda fired.

more advanced koudai (shallow) . more feminine size.


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Postby Chip » Jun 11th, '09, 20:36

Did you make this last one? Your works are so diverse that I find myself wondering this more times than not. :D
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Re: interesting shomen

Postby chamekke » Jun 11th, '09, 21:12

bonjiri wrote:interesting, painterly shomen. soda fired.

more advanced koudai (shallow) . more feminine size.

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That is STUNNING!!!!!
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Postby bonjiri » Jun 11th, '09, 21:48

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cheers chip

yes

i try to create each different. this was a test piece that came out nice. the other pieces i humbly hammered them.

this is the only 'survivor'
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new chawan

Postby bonjiri » Jun 11th, '09, 23:13

new chawan


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above. interesting half cooled reduction shomen

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above. soda fired chadamari w/carbon trap shino. interesting serendipitous pattern.

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above keawe ash in chadamari view of matcha chawan. total serendipity ! YAY !
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Re: interesting shomen

Postby kymidwife » Jun 12th, '09, 00:39

bonjiri wrote:interesting, painterly shomen. soda fired.

more advanced koudai (shallow) . more feminine size.


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OMG I love that one! Darn my teaware budget! :(
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Postby Tead Off » Jun 12th, '09, 02:11

Cory, good luck with the new enterprise. I'm sure you are going to get a lot of interest in your work and probably a few shows out of this. IMO, you are in the elite class of potters producing teaware these days.
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portrait by k-ko !

Postby bonjiri » Jun 12th, '09, 06:39

k-ko a famous portrait photographer in japan was kind enough to make a portrait w/ her wild film camera


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shot with fuji 4x5 instant film
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