I'd like to see more western potters making yunomi - especially thin-walled yunomi that are of modest height. (When I do find "western yunomi", they are often heavy, thick-walled and HUGE - like big coffee mugs with the handle removed.)
Am especially partial to yunomi with white interiors so that the colour of the tea can be appreciated. But that's just me
I'm currently on the other side of Canada looking after some family matters, and happened to walk into this gallery in London, Ontario:
Jonathon Bancroft-Snell Gallery
Felt like I died and went to heaven - not only is it a huge gallery with many of Canada's most prominent potters very well represented, but there were chawan-s
in the window and TONS of tea-related pottery inside. (Plus, all the teapots that don't drip are actually labelled "No Drips Allowed"!) The first thing I picked up was a kyuusu
by Wayne Ngan
(one of the owners commented, "You have taste!"
) ... but then I put it down again because it was $500, and anyway I already have a teapot
Anyway, I did weaken and buy a chawan. Oops.
P.S. Edited to correct my tangled BBCode.