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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

by andrzej bero » Dec 19th, '12, 19:17

vacuithe wrote:
andrzej bero wrote:white on white, why(te) not?


or... black on black ?

Just received your parcel, Andrzej.
As you can see, I already tried your teabot. I'm very happy with it.
I'll be back soon with pictures of the other gorgeous ceramics you sent me.
Thanks again.


Good news. Thank you for sharing this here. Black on black looks great of course!
btw when I look at your blog I regret I do not know French. Fortunately, photography is a universal language
best
andrzej

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by andrzej bero » Jan 2nd, '13, 04:56

And Now for Something Completely Different ... first pots with "13" on the bottom - as you can see no revolution is comming;)

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... and best wishes for all teachaters with many thanks

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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

by andrzej bero » Jan 15th, '13, 03:29

Hohin Mandala
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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

by Lionel » Jan 15th, '13, 04:08

What a nice gathering Andrzej !
Would like to be in the middle :D ...but not easy to make a choice :( :lol:

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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

by chado.my.teaway » Jan 15th, '13, 13:55

I have to tell the same thing as the facebook. GOOD JOB!

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by andrzej bero » Jan 15th, '13, 15:48

Lionel, Pawel - thanks for supporting words. I took today not only hohins from the kiln some kyusu too. http://aneybo.blogspot.com/2013/01/wypa-15012013-czajniki.html
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by andrzej bero » Jan 17th, '13, 12:24

Hi,
18 new teapots available here - https://picasaweb.google.com/1093021064 ... directlink
thanks
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by andrzej bero » Feb 11th, '13, 13:24

It has nothing to do with tea but I could not resist ...
New cd from Satoko Fuji MA-DO band. "Time Stands Still" - recorded in NY with trumpeter Natsuki Tamura, Norikatsu Koreyasu on bass and Akira Horikoshi on drums. Released by NOT TWO RECORDS 2013 with my raku work on cover photo.
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by andrzej bero » Feb 17th, '13, 15:35

And Now for Something Completely Different ... back to chadogu.
I made them some time ago on special request of my tea friend and client. He just send me this link to his blog http://chadekongjian.wordpress.com/2013/02/17/pu-erh-tea-jars-ab/ Before they looked like this. I mean without Petr Novak on the lid;)
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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

by vacuithe » Feb 18th, '13, 04:33

nice !

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by andrzej bero » Feb 18th, '13, 19:11

vacuithe wrote:nice !

thanks!
I liked it so much that new one is in a progress. With no destination yet.
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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

by vacuithe » Feb 18th, '13, 21:09

Really like your splatters.
Seems easy to do, but i'm sure it's not :mrgreen:

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by andrzej bero » Feb 19th, '13, 03:15

vacuithe wrote:Really like your splatters.
Seems easy to do, but i'm sure it's not :mrgreen:

Easy,easy but technically splash is made on unfired glaze. Just every mistake means a lot of cleaning and drying. Usualy I do not correct anything (you know "record of the moment";) Thanks again.

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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

by paul haigh » Feb 19th, '13, 08:14

vacuithe wrote:Really like your splatters.
Seems easy to do, but i'm sure it's not :mrgreen:

They are great! Ironically, that flowing, carefree mark is hard for beginners as they overthink it. There's a lot of practice in freeing ones self, I think

“It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child”. Pablo Picasso

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Re: Andrzej Bero - Journey through the Mud

by vacuithe » Feb 19th, '13, 08:44

paul haigh wrote:
vacuithe wrote:Really like your splatters.
Seems easy to do, but i'm sure it's not :mrgreen:

They are great! Ironically, that flowing, carefree mark is hard for beginners as they overthink it. There's a lot of practice in freeing ones self, I think

“It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child”. Pablo Picasso


absolutely +1 :lol:

I already heard this Picasso's quote. It's so true. I have a 3 years old kid and her drawings kind of astonish me :shock:

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