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

by JBaymore » Nov 27th 10 3:49 pm

debunix wrote:Such a variety of wonderful looks in your work, beautiful in different ways--matte, shiny, rougher, smoother--but all lovely, lovely stuff.
Thanks debunix. One of the reasons that I built a noborigama kiln in the first place was the ability to have some great varaiation in the pieces from a single firing. All have a core materiality sensibility that is certainly shared, but each is expressed in a slightly different way.

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

by JBaymore » Nov 27th 10 3:51 pm

ronin ceramurai wrote:Hi John,

Looks to be another great body of work..... congratulations!

Best wishes for a very successful show.

R

Thanks Robert. Show has been very well recieved so far.

I also did a workshop there for their ceramics students one day....... a lot of fun and a good group of students.

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

by JBaymore » Nov 27th 10 3:59 pm

togei wrote:Very nice work. I really like the Shino work. I think it is Shino.
Dave

Thanks Dave.

Yeah... some of that above work is "American Shino".... not to be confused with Japanese Shino :wink: Been using that same shino for a long time now; finally have it pretty well in hand. My recipe was published in the book/CD that came with the Malcolm Davis' Shino Invitational exhibition I had a piece in which was held at NCECA in Baltimore a few years back. Uses a blend of different particle sizes of Nepheline Syenite as the base of the mix.

I've been using the same pallate of about 9 glazes for about 30+ years. Just starting to really get a handle on them.

Testing a new glaze in the past three or four firings...... but still not getting what I want out of it. When it is good... it is STUNNING....... but it is still too erratic and I don;t understand what it really needs to get the precise effect I want.

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

by JBaymore » Nov 27th 10 4:00 pm

IPT wrote:Beautiful work John! I particularly like the yakishime flower arranging vase!
Thanks IPT.

The form and the Gamakimisama met nicely on that piece.

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

by JBaymore » Nov 27th 10 4:02 pm

bonjiri wrote:fabulous work john !

WOW !

COOL !

wonderful pieces ! YAY !
i wish i could see them in person !

CHEERS !

happy holidays !

Thanks Cory. Some day I want to see a body of your work in person also.

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PS: Keep working on that exhibition idea you proposed....... it is an excellent one.

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

by bonjiri » Feb 5th 11 12:43 pm

JBaymore wrote:
togei wrote:Very nice work. I really like the Shino work. I think it is Shino.
Dave

Thanks Dave.

Yeah... some of that above work is "American Shino".... not to be confused with Japanese Shino :wink: Been using that same shino for a long time now; finally have it pretty well in hand. My recipe was published in the book/CD that came with the Malcolm Davis' Shino Invitational exhibition I had a piece in which was held at NCECA in Baltimore a few years back. Uses a blend of different particle sizes of Nepheline Syenite as the base of the mix.

I've been using the same pallate of about 9 glazes for about 30+ years. Just starting to really get a handle on them.

Testing a new glaze in the past three or four firings...... but still not getting what I want out of it. When it is good... it is STUNNING....... but it is still too erratic and I don;t understand what it really needs to get the precise effect I want.

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................john
john

please post works in progress

humble thanks
c

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

by JBaymore » Mar 22nd 11 2:14 pm

Japanese Relief Fund Targeted for Potters

Please see this topic linked below if you wish to help Japanese potters recover from the terrible disasters that have hit Japan.

http://www.teachat.com/viewtopic.php?f= ... 66#p192266

Thank you in advance.

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

by Saladin » Apr 7th 11 10:50 pm

John,

It's really nice to see your work. I actually did one of your wood-fired workshops back in 1997 with my best pal from Massart. I still have some of the pots kicking around..

I'm super impressed to see you pulling those Oribe styled bowls from the side of your kiln like that. Talk about Earth and fire!! Do you have any images of the completed works?

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John

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

by JBaymore » Apr 23rd 11 12:33 am

Kanayama International Artists
Cup Show and Sale
To Benefit the Japanese People


海外陶芸家 支援作品展

April 29 thru May 31

Kanayama Pottery Cooperative
5-79 Chiyozuru, Kanayama
Goshogawara-shi, Aomori-ken 037-0011 Japan

期 間 4月29日(金・祝)~5月31日(火)
場 所 津軽金山焼本店 ギャラリー「和土」1階
売上は全額義援金となり青森県を通じ被災者に届けられます。

津軽金山焼窯業協同組合
〒037-0011 青森県五所川原市大字金山字千代鶴5-79
TEL:0173-29-3350  FAX:0173-27-3011
営業時間 AM9:00~PM5:00  年中無休
メールアドレス:info@kanayamayaki.com

I will be participating in this invitational exhibition that is being held to raise money to help with the recovery efforts in Japan. These two wood fired American style cups will be among the 10 cups that I will have available there. I will be joining about 150 other artists who have been involved with the International Program at Kanayama in this fund raising effort. If you are in the northeast of Japan, please stop by this exhibition and pick up a piece of work.

JohnBaymoreKanayamaReliefFundMugs.jpg
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by JBaymore » Apr 23rd 11 4:35 pm

Official webpage for the above show/sale:

http://www.kanayamayaki.com/world-pottery-aid.html

Updated daily.

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

by togei » Apr 23rd 11 6:53 pm

Hello John,
Thank you for the link. The link isn't loading for me.
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by JBaymore » Apr 23rd 11 10:01 pm

togei wrote:Hello John,
Thank you for the link. The link isn't loading for me.
Dave
Dave....... I just clicked it... Loads fine for me. Sorry.

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

by togei » Apr 23rd 11 10:43 pm

It does for me too now. It must have been maintenance time.
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Re: John Baymore.........Wood-fired Chadogu and Pottery

by JBaymore » Apr 30th 11 12:33 pm

John Baymore Solo Exhibition
JohnBaymoreKanayamaSoloExhibition2011Vase.jpg
Gallery Wando
5-79 Chiyozuru, Kanayama
Goshogawara-shi, Aomori-ken 037-0011 Japan


Saturday, May 28 - Friday, June 3, 2011

John will be present May 28 and 29

ギャラリー和土
津軽金山焼窯業協同組合
〒037-0011 青森県五所川原市大字金山字千代鶴5-79
TEL:0173-29-3350  FAX:0173-27-3011
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メールアドレス:info@kanayamayaki.com

This solo exhibition of wood fired glazed and yakishime work made at John's studio in Wilton, New Hampshire will include kabin, hanaire, sara, wan, yunomi, guinomi, chawan, futaoki, mizusashi, and chaire.

This exhibition was scheduled far in advance of the earthquake and tsunami. Given that event, John has decided to donate the entire proceeds of this exhibition to the relief work being done in the northeastern part of Japan.
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Re: John Baymore.........Wood-fired Chadogu and Pottery

by Chip » Apr 30th 11 1:24 pm

Good luck John! And that is an awesome gesture to donate all proceeds of the exhibition to the relief effort!