It’s been almost a year since i did my previous batch of shop updates, so to get back into it last night and experience the adrenaline rush that always comes when ‘clicking’ live was wonderful. you lot are amazing, i’m always dumbfounded by how quickly the pots go, so thank you. there will be more shops in the coming weeks for all those who’ve emailed to ask with plenty pieces from my time in japan. i’ll begin packing everything up tomorrow and shipping it out as soon as possible—you’re the best.x
pictured today is my maker’s mark one the foot-ring of a medium oribe bowl, one of those dusted with rice husk ash that fired blue. this photograph demonstrates quite well why i trim a shallow groove on the upper section of my feet, it allows glazes to pool and gather, if they are runny but still wont prevent it from flowing completely over if it’s too thick. the oribe glaze itself is very fluid, even without the additional rice husk ash but when combined it becomes even more so. it’s why those pots with it on the interior have a shallow pool of blue, as it has all collated in the bottom.
this clay body is so open and once trimmed becomes even more so, meaning the glaze not only pools in the crevices but all the little divots left by organic matter burning away during the bisque firing and where large particles of grog have been dragged by the turning tool. it gives the parts of bowl where the glaze is thinner a rather interesting texture, speckled with patches of darker emerald green.
Nesse quarto a própria parede serviu como cabeceira para a cama e os vãos existentes pela parede serviram para decoração do local. os tijolinhos deixam o ambiente aconchegante e trazem o diferencial; o jogo de luz existentes nos vãos foram essenciais para a decoração do quarto.
várias ideias ótimas que podem ser aproveitadas. #decoravida #decoração #decorhome#designer#quarto#cabeceira#arquitetura#arquidecor#tijolinho #iluminação #aconchego . .
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