| Wood Fired Porcelain Shino
This covered jar is an excellent
example of the movement and
"frozen fluidity" that can be
captured in clay. This jar also
exemplifies the possibilities that
can be achieved by the combination
of ash and shino glaze on porcelain.
The covered jar stands 6 inches tall
and is about 5 inches wide. The jar
was fired in the middle of the wood
kiln and was fired for 3 days
peaking at a temperature of 2400
Some of the unique aspects of this
jar include the horizontal lines
that ascend the jar, the strong
vertical indentions that cascade
the sides of the form, and the "wave
like" distortions captured on the
bottom of the form. It is important
to note the three "tear drop dips" on
the corners of the lid, which call
attention to the vertical indentions.
Another pleasing aspect of this jar
is the warm earth tones found
throughout the form.
This piece is a wonderful example of
wood fired art and will make an
excellent addition to any collection.
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* When purchasing this piece, there is
a $15 shipping charge, which will
include standard ground shipping,
delivery confirmation, and insurance.