New York events. Ann Tsubota’s new works just have arrived at Sara Japanese Pottery in New York.
It is fun to watch how she plays with the glaze and the colors. Please take a look, Sara has more of her works.
“I use raku, stoneware and porcelain clay bodies. My work is concentrated on two types of firings: raku (low fire) and high fire reduction work in my gas kiln. I respond to each type of firing with different shapes and surface treatments. I am generally interested in a rich surface glaze effects which incorporate elements of drawing and painting with glaze materials.” Ann Tsubota.
Sara Japanese Pottery 950 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10021. http://www.saranyc.com/
About Sara Japanese Pottery:
Sara opened in 1990 specializing in Japanese dinnerware created by both Japanese and American artisans. Not only does Sara carry works created by well known artists, Sara also has a deep commitment to bringing up-and-coming artists’ work to light. Sara isn’t limited to just ceramics but also glass, bamboo, textile, lacquer and even iron sculptures.
If you have the chance, Yareah friends, visit Sara Japanese Pottery. It’s worth!