Kuniko Kinoto Chawan “kishouseki” pure artwork vessel tea bowl

■■ Size about W × H (cm) ■■
W 12.3
H 9

1,800.00 €
Item description : Artistic tea bowl made of Yakoseki (Luminous stone)
Name of potter : Mr Kuniko Kinoto who is a modern potter lives in Kyoto

KINOTO Kuinko / Future "The world petrification plan"

Before many years pass and everything all become stones someday,
Kinoto want to create such stones that human minds are taken shape, and human memories are engraved on

KINOTO Kuniko has been creating artificial "stones" with a ceramic technique since she became obsessed with the charms of stones.
She named the stones "Kishouseki", that is produced like alchemy and has been improving them every day.
She has made artworks mixed Kishouseki with not only objects but also practical vessels such as tea bowls or sake cups. Her works are evaluated by tea masters or art lovers, and she has broadened the range of expression.
"The World Petrification Plan" is still middle-of-the-road, and we would like to pay attention to its future with all of you.Ceramic artist / Resident in Shiga pref.
【Brief personal history】
1976 Born in Shiga Prefecture
1995 Started to make ceramics at Climbing Kiln Pottery Soutouen
    Joined the ceramic artist group "SEEDS"
1998 Made ceramics for 1 year in New Zealand
2001 Completed the Graze Course at Industrial Research Center of Shiga Prefecture
2011~ Established a kiln at Hieidaira, Shiga pref.
2008 Selected, "The 19th Shumei Culture Foundation Prize"