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Wood fired ceramics from Taiwanese pottery

by Peter Kuo » Sep 26th 14 9:52 am

Hi everyone,
I m peter from Taiwan, i m doing wood fired about 6 years.
I love drink tea so that i would like to share my idea about how i make teapots.
My ideal teapots communicate the peace of tea and work harmoniously
with the over chaxi to create tea session that are smooth throughout the entire process of serving tea.
here are my one of side handle pot which share here , hope people can give me some suggestion of thought.

thank you !!
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Re: Wood fired ceramics from Taiwanese pottery

by Poseidon » Sep 26th 14 11:45 am

Beautiful art pots! I would want to keep on a table for decoration! :mrgreen:

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Re: Wood fired ceramics from Taiwanese pottery

by Puk » Sep 26th 14 12:19 pm

I was looking for this kind of pot when I was in Taiwan. Beautiful! Please share more!

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Re: Wood fired ceramics from Taiwanese pottery

by Petr Novák » Sep 26th 14 1:35 pm

Welcome Peter to TeaChat!! Please share more picutres of your new works.

Here few shots from Peter's kiln opening from this spring. Incredible stuff indeed.I love the subtle feeling when you hold those pots in hands, humble colors and forms.
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Re: Wood fired ceramics from Taiwanese pottery

by JBaymore » Sep 26th 14 2:00 pm

Welcome to the TeaWareArtisans group, Peter.

best,

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

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Re: Wood fired ceramics from Taiwanese pottery

by Jaymo » Sep 26th 14 4:06 pm

Beautiful! I love the handle and the way it brings a very natural element to the piece. As they said, please share more!

Do you have a website or etsy store or anything where we can browse/purchase?

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Re: Wood fired ceramics from Taiwanese pottery

by yalokinh » Sep 26th 14 4:48 pm

Do you have a webpage or a place where there are more pictures?
Those are great

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Re: Wood fired ceramics from Taiwanese pottery

by andrzej bero » Sep 28th 14 10:12 am

Great! Hope to see a lot your creations here!

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Re: Wood fired ceramics from Taiwanese pottery

by Peter Kuo » Oct 1st 14 6:00 am

thank you guys!
thank Peter :D

All i use website is in

https://www.facebook.com/daqian1983?ref=hl

I usually work 1-2 month and then going to wood firing.
All works will display on my studio in Yingging Taipei city.
Hope everyone come to visit Taiwan can contact us, we will share all we know to you .

The teapot is design for left hand people, the handle is made by Bamboo from Taiwan.
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Re: Wood fired ceramics from Taiwanese pottery

by Peter Kuo » Nov 4th 14 1:33 pm

This is new coming out from wood fired.
Firewood introverted integration in tea seats
I think it can let people enjoy the taste of tea without thinking too much.
i like to show the peaceful in my artworks! i share with everyone. :)
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Re: Wood fired ceramics from Taiwanese pottery

by William » Nov 4th 14 8:08 pm

Thanks for sharing your creations, Peter! :)

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Re: Wood fired ceramics from Taiwanese pottery

by juliaTW » Nov 6th 14 8:43 am

As a Taiwanese..i am proud of you! Peter ! :D

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Re: Wood fired ceramics from Taiwanese pottery

by Peter Kuo » Nov 9th 14 7:52 am

Today's share

Aroma is directly from the nose to smell the aroma, and flavor is the flavor into the mouth, in the mouth and nasal cavity formed! Aroma is a former so-called nose or direct sense of smell, the smell is the smell after nasal olfactory or indirectly.

Tea needs to use hare to understand, the heart will lead you to understand what is good tea.
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Re: Wood fired ceramics from Taiwanese pottery

by 茶藝-TeaArt08 » Nov 9th 14 11:54 pm

Peter,

Hello! We met in Taiwan this past Spring. I am a friend of Petr Novak and was traveling with him and picked him up from your studio in Ying Ge after he helped you to unload your kiln.

My wife is Taiwanese and her family lives in Taizhong. We are here practicing tea for six weeks and would like to come up to Ying Ge to visit you and see your recent work (teapots, etc).

When is the best time to come and visit your studio?

先生,我是PetrNovak的 朋友。我今年五月来台湾跟Petr一起去好几个地方喝茶。Petr有介绍给我你的作品。我有来过你的工作室一次找Petr和他一个女的朋友开车带他们回去苗栗。那次我来你还没做好了你一些新的茶壶。

我们现在在台中跟我太太的父母一起。这次 来台湾我们有差不多六个星期在台湾。我们最近在这里练茶艺跟我老师。我们有空的时候要来找你看你新的作品。我请你告诉我们什么时间比较好来找你。我也想去那个博物馆看他们现在的茶壶陶器的展览。Petr有 告诉我那个博物馆有选择他的茶壶展览。很好!

谢谢,

奇山/Scott Drake

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Re: Wood fired ceramics from Taiwanese pottery

by Peter Kuo » Nov 24th 14 10:34 am

Peter has been to ceramics museum for showing tea seats.
share the tea for visits ! that is wonderful experience .
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