These are two of three pieces exhibited in "Journey With Wood Fired Pottery: A Collector's International Collection", Cooroy Scout Hall, Cooroy, Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia. This exhibition was part of the recent Australian Woodfire Ceramics Conference, and is a portion of the extensive collection belonging to Gunter Schwarz of Germany.
These two wood fired pieces were recently selected for inclusion in "Workhouse Clay International 2017", being held at the Workhouse Arts Center, located in Lorton, VA, from August 12th through October 08th, 2017. There will be an opening reception on August 12th from 6:00 - 8:00 pm.
This is a shot of Mark Errol and Glen Josey, with news anchor Karla Heath-Sands, in the studio of WALB-TV for a promotional taping regarding the upcoming exhibition at Plough Gallery, in Tifton, GA, entitled "TEA: The Ritual and The Art". In conjunction with this international teapot and tea bowl exhibit, there will be an authentic Japanese tea ceremony, which will be presented by The Japan America Society of Georgia.
My shino chawan is in the foreground, with its wooden box behind.
Here is the link to see this segment: http://www.walb.com/clip/13243882/wednesday-tea-the-ritual-and-the-art?autostart=true
These three wood fired sake vessels were recently selected for exhibition in "Functional Relationships",
which showcases groups of functional objects that have visual or
utilitarian harmony. This show will be held at New Harmony Gallery of
Contemporary Art, 506 Main Street, New Harmony, IN, from April 15th -
May 27th, 2017.