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Re: Robert Fornell Ceramics

Postby iannon » Feb 12th, '11, 14:32

iannon wrote:
AdamMY wrote:Oh just that I was also watching that...

ya i figured i was just teasin.. well none of us has bid yet....

scratch that statement.. :twisted:
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Re: Robert Fornell Ceramics

Postby Robert Fornell » Feb 13th, '11, 14:56

I think there's more where that came from...... but at $9.99 :shock: I'd go pretty hungry. :lol:

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R

Who ever got it....... enjoy! :D
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Re: Robert Fornell Ceramics

Postby Robert Fornell » Feb 14th, '11, 16:15

Here is a unique opportunity for those on the east coast to sit in with a few masters of Chatou, works for Japanese tea ceremony in the form of a workshop to be held on 3/14 at the ceramics department at Harvard. Japanese artists Suzuki Goro and Tsujimura Shiro will be joining American masters Jeff Shapiro and Richard Milgrim. Hopefully I can make it as well.....

http://ofa.fas.harvard.edu/ceramics/teabowl.php

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R
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Re: Robert Fornell Ceramics

Postby iannon » Feb 14th, '11, 16:35

Robert Fornell wrote:I think there's more where that came from...... but at $9.99 :shock: I'd go pretty hungry. :lol:

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R

Who ever got it....... enjoy! :D

wasnt me.. i wasnt around and lost out :(
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Re: Robert Fornell Ceramics

Postby Robert Fornell » Feb 14th, '11, 21:03

iannon wrote:
Robert Fornell wrote:I think there's more where that came from...... but at $9.99 :shock: I'd go pretty hungry. :lol:

Best,
R

Who ever got it....... enjoy! :D

wasnt me.. i wasnt around and lost out :(


iannon,

If you'd care to e-mail me through my website I have something here for you that you'd expressed interest in at an earlier date. :D

Apologies for taking so long in getting back to you....

Best,
R
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Re: Robert Fornell Ceramics

Postby Robert Fornell » Feb 14th, '11, 21:12

I call these "hand pots" as they are basically shaped like a small bowl in which I've squished in one side to make it fit one's hand. I had a lot of fun with these and plan on doing another series soon..

Thanks,
R
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Re: Robert Fornell Ceramics

Postby bonjiri » Feb 14th, '11, 21:54

robert

wonderful tokkuri !

WOW

great work !
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Re: Robert Fornell Ceramics

Postby Chip » Feb 14th, '11, 22:20

Those are very unusual, don't think I ever saw anything like them. Are they gyokuro sized or sencha? Very cool!!!
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Re: Robert Fornell Ceramics

Postby Robert Fornell » Feb 15th, '11, 09:48

Chip wrote:Those are very unusual, don't think I ever saw anything like them. Are they gyokuro sized or sencha? Very cool!!!


Thanks Chip,

They run around 175-200ml.... I was thinking sencha or hiyazake when working on them however I might scale down a few next time round.

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R
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Re: Robert Fornell Ceramics

Postby woozl » Feb 15th, '11, 17:48

Robert Fornell wrote:Here is a unique opportunity for those on the east coast to sit in with a few masters of Chatou, works for Japanese tea ceremony in the form of a workshop to be held on 3/14 at the ceramics department at Harvard. Japanese artists Suzuki Goro and Tsujimura Shiro will be joining American masters Jeff Shapiro and Richard Milgrim. Hopefully I can make it as well.....

http://ofa.fas.harvard.edu/ceramics/teabowl.php

Best,
R


I plan on attending this with mrs. woozl

love the hand pots :!:
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Re: Robert Fornell Ceramics

Postby bonjiri » Feb 15th, '11, 23:48

woozl wrote:
Robert Fornell wrote:Here is a unique opportunity for those on the east coast to sit in with a few masters of Chatou, works for Japanese tea ceremony in the form of a workshop to be held on 3/14 at the ceramics department at Harvard. Japanese artists Suzuki Goro and Tsujimura Shiro will be joining American masters Jeff Shapiro and Richard Milgrim. Hopefully I can make it as well.....

http://ofa.fas.harvard.edu/ceramics/teabowl.php

Best,
R


I plan on attending this with mrs. woozl

love the hand pots :!:


woozl

this sounds like an amazing opportunity
coming from the 'makers' side
all star cast lineup

i wish i could go !

have fun !
please share your experiences.
PM where u post the info.
i'd love to read about it

to robert. thanks for posting this info !
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Re: Robert Fornell Ceramics

Postby Seeker » Mar 4th, '11, 15:58

Hi Rob,

The chawan arrived safely.

Here's a shot of the kuro tetsu:

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Re: Robert Fornell Ceramics

Postby iannon » Mar 4th, '11, 16:30

Wow...I love that one
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Re: Robert Fornell Ceramics

Postby Robert Fornell » Mar 5th, '11, 01:38

Seeker wrote:Hi Rob,

The chawan arrived safely.

Here's a shot of the kuro tetsu:

IMG_0023_resized.jpg


Wonderful pic Seeker.... I think you've capture it quite well and I'm
happy to hear that it arrived ok...... may you have many memories!

Best,
R
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Re: Robert Fornell Ceramics

Postby Robert Fornell » Mar 14th, '11, 17:36

For those of you makers/artisans on TC, if you wish to donate work for auction to help Japan, Ayuni Horie is coordinating a nationwide event to help raise funds. She can be reached at ayumihorie@gmail.com or through her web site http://www.ayumihorie.com.

I will be making multiple donations is this effort to, in some small way, ease the suffering of the people in Japan during these very trying times.

I kindly ask you to please do what you can to help.
Best wishes from Boston,
Rob
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