I know it seems like a got an entire kilns worth of ceramics while in Flagstaff but it's coming to an end soon I promise.
This bowl was made by Eugene Brosseau.
He has this to say about it.
"Teabowl/Sculpture created same as (Kazan-seki). fired in same kiln at same time, different location, toward back fire box. Same liner glaze as as (Kazan-seki). Made with pioneer day clay without sawdust."
I named this bowl "Bonetree" because the outside reminds me of, well, a trees bark, and my girlfriend remarked that the inside reminded her of a marrow bone.
these bowls are very heavy and non traditional. I am looking forward to seeing some new works made by Eugene this summer based on some minor changes we discussed to improve functionality without sacrificing any of the artistic qualities.
once again without further ado, "Bonetree"...
Dens organic Matcha, has a great berry like finish very smooth.
A lot of metallic copper coloring going here that I just could not pick up.
so many great views and "landscapes"