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Re: John Baymore ... Wood-fired Chadogu and Pottery

by debunix » May 11th 14 2:06 am

And it's even got a dripsicle! What could be cooler than hare's fur plus dripsicle?!

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Re: John Baymore ... Wood-fired Chadogu and Pottery

by William » May 11th 14 9:30 am

Beautiful chawan, John! :D

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by rdl » May 11th 14 4:45 pm

debunix wrote:And it's even got a dripsicle! What could be cooler than hare's fur plus dripsicle?!
John,
That's a beautiful chawan. I was wondering if the aptly called dripsicle :D has a more (boring) technical name? :lol:

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by blairswhitaker » May 24th 14 12:03 pm

Holly hell, just saw this last bowl. Ido is one of my most favorite shapes. That tenmoku glaze is a real stand out.

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Re: John Baymore ... Wood-fired Chadogu and Pottery

by JBaymore » May 24th 14 4:38 pm

Thanks all. Glad you like it. I did too. :wink:

I literally just got the word about 1 hour ago, the Hare's Fur Ido Chawan pictured above (and again here) will be in the Kansas City Teabowl National 2014 Exhibition, 9/19/2014 - 11/19/2014 at Thornhill Gallery, Avila University in Kansas City, MO .
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I got this note from the competition/exhibition organizers: " Thanks to you we had the highest number of applicants ever, but by an odd twist, the jurors chose the smallest number of accepted pieces ever. "

So it gets more and more competitive each year, I guess.

Having my work accepted into this particular competition series has seemed to sort of become a "tradition" for me of late. Don't know what I'll do when I don't have one get in there??? Seppuku? :lol: .

FYI...... because of the exhibition's recently instituted maximum price restrictions, if you are interested, you can get one of my Chawan from here below my more usual prices. (That policy has unfortunately caused me to consider not entering if they continue it.)

So... I'm a happy camper! :D

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Re: John Baymore ... Wood-fired Chadogu and Pottery

by debunix » May 24th 14 5:08 pm

When does the exhibition 'open' for those of us who can only view it online?

And congrats! The dripsicle haresfur is certainly a worthy entry for an exhibit.

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by JBaymore » May 24th 14 6:06 pm

Thanks, Deb. Opens on September 19th.

I'm gonna' "steal" the term "dripsicle". :wink:

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by debunix » May 24th 14 8:32 pm

Feel free. I'm rather pleased to have come up with it myself--but you made the actual dripsicle that inspired the name!

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Re: John Baymore ... Wood-fired Chadogu and Pottery

by Chip » May 25th 14 3:22 am

Congratulations on the well deserved honor, John!

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by JBaymore » Jun 5th 14 9:31 pm

Thanks Chip. :D

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by JBaymore » Jun 5th 14 9:43 pm

The latest from the ongoing program "As The Potters Wheel Turns".......:

I just was informed yesterday that I will have the honor to be presenting a solo lecture specifically on Chawan at the 49th annual conference of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) happening in Providence, Rhode Island at the end of next March. This is now the fifth time I have been a presenter at an NCECA conference since my first presentation at the one in 1984 ( in Boston).

Not related to teawares.... but I am also presenting at the 46th General Assembly of the International Academy of Ceramics this coming September, in Dublin, Ireland.

John's even more a happy camper. :D

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Re: John Baymore ... Wood-fired Chadogu and Pottery

by debunix » Jun 6th 14 4:57 am

Way cool.

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by JBaymore » Jun 24th 14 7:46 pm

Here is one of the three Chawan that I will be having on exhibition and available at the Chawan Expo Invitational 2014 being held at the Teochew Building in Singapore ( http://www.ngeeann.com.sg/en/home-map/ ) being held from September 6 through 14th, 2014.
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Re: John Baymore ... Wood-fired Chadogu and Pottery

by blairswhitaker » Jun 25th 14 1:19 pm

wow! that is a great piece I'm sure it looks even more stunning in person.
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Re: John Baymore ... Wood-fired Chadogu and Pottery

by debunix » Jun 25th 14 3:00 pm

I'm fascinated by the patches of thin red amidst thick black lines between the thick frosty dollops of white glaze. Cool.