I can see both the Korean and Japanese infuence in your works, but thanks for sharing your impression of influence.Petr Novák wrote:Thank you Chip,Chip wrote:Awesome Petr!
I wanted to ask, your small pot/cup set, are those Japanese influenced like a shiboridashi for Gyokuro? Or Korean influenced? Regardless, thaey are stunning.
It is hard to say which tea culture has stronger influence on my work. It is still in progress as my tea experiences are. But if I should choose between Japanese or Korean influence so for now I can say Korea is more important. I try to achieve the same feeling but in my own style. Actually, at the present time I drink more Chinese and Taiwanese tea so I also work on ripening those Tea-tastes and cultures in to my pots too.