thank you god for imbuing this wad of clay with my initials…
Self devised clay recipes.
“I want to make really greuby work” ~cz.2012
Born: December 9, 1894, Tokyo Died: January 5, 1978
You got this. Spread your wings, and fly. You are not the body.
slip face on plaster
This image found on Ji Wan Joo’s website from the gallery page is from the installation titled “Finding the Way Out From the Labyrinth” from 2006.
(speaks for itself)
Cup set for the TeaPot
more descriptions to come.
Place Setting. stacked on snack
different bodies thrown together causes helix.
High Quality Platinum Luster
The screen capture came from the Construction II page from his portfolio page from his website found by google searching his name. This work comes from his time as a resident artist at the Archie Bray Foundation from the summer of 2011.
Double walled rim for air tight capability, filling the rim with a liquid allows for no air to get in or escape.
Born: July 12, 1857, Biloxi Died: 1918
coned colored clay ready for the wheel
Place setting besides snack
Tea, Water, Soup, and Snack
Self devised clay recipe. Raw on the outside, glossy white on the interior
Herend Porcelain cone 13 reduction.
Source shown at top end of the screen capture.
Espersen titles his work with numbers, and/or the material used for the clay. The work in this screen capture from the portfolio page on his website (found by google searching his name) is from ~2003-2006.
This normally white tan body turns totally dark with only ~3% black nickel oxide and 1% lithium carb. This body has interesting effects in the soda atmosphere.