theiainteriordesign:

Hirado Buddha statue. Unknown age.    Matsura Historical Museum in Hirado, Japan

theiainteriordesign:

Hirado Buddha statue. Unknown age.    Matsura Historical Museum in Hirado, Japan

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tinycatpottery:

troybungartstudios:

Every wood fire that I participate in is a gift. The time spent with friends around the kiln is beyond  compare and the pots are more than I hoped for.

Stunning!

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claythinking:

donjahnpottery:

Don Jahn Pottery
Wood-Fired Porcelain Teapot

Clean and peaceful.  Jealous of Handle.

claythinking:

donjahnpottery:

Don Jahn Pottery

Wood-Fired Porcelain Teapot

Clean and peaceful. Jealous of Handle.

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drea-graceful:

Josh DeWeese

I love how his pieces are clearly altered but look easy and effortless.  And the glazing! Oh my gosh!

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paveltigay:

John Tilton

"I’m fortunate to have developed a deep love for historical and traditional pottery. The old pots have a mystery and beauty to them that could provide a lifetime of inspiration. I’m not making traditional pots, but I acknowledge the debt I owe them. They are the source of my ideas."

http://www.tiltonpottery.com

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dorodango100:

Satsuma ware tea bowl, Japan, 17th century

dorodango100:

Satsuma ware tea bowl, Japan, 17th century

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kuroyuki:

A few hours in Yokohama - 7 by Bernard Languillier on Flickr.
Über Flickr: Sankeien is one of the nicest gardens in Yokohama. These images were captured with a D800 equiped with the new Sigma 35mm f1.4.

kuroyuki:

A few hours in Yokohama - 7 by Bernard Languillier on Flickr.

Über Flickr:
Sankeien is one of the nicest gardens in Yokohama.

These images were captured with a D800 equiped with the new Sigma 35mm f1.4.

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kazunorihamana:

tsubo 67

kazunorihamana:

tsubo 67

centuriespast:

Temple of the Attainment of Happiness (Shōfukuji)

Artist/maker unknown, Japanese

Made in Nara Prefecture, Japan, Asia

Muromachi Period (1392-1573)

1398

Wood, plaster

Philadelphia Museum of Art

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