Naoto Yano's work Ido Tokkuri No.70


Naoto Yano's work Ido Tokkuri No.70

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As Ido-style pottery is used, the crazing and color change, resulting in a tasteful piece that can be enjoyed for a long time.

Depending on the artist or the piece, some pieces are prone to stains and crazing after a few uses, but Naoto Yano's pieces are fired thoroughly and made of slightly hard clay, so they do not easily become crazy. The piece is intentionally made simple, and it takes 10 years of use to bring out its original flavor.

Dimensions: Diameter 8.9cm
Height 12.0cm
Box: Same box

[Ceramics history]
Born in Karatsu City in 1976
1994: Studied in the United States for 5 years
2002 Graduated from Arita Ceramics College, Saga Prefecture
2003: Part-time lecturer at Saga Prefectural Arita Ceramics College
2004: Started making pottery at his home, Tonoyama Kiln (Chinzei-cho, Karatsu City, Nagoya)
2008: 6 months of pottery making in Ulsan, Korea
2011: "Naoto Yano and Kentaro Murayama, two-person exhibition of new artists from Karatsu" at GALLERY Ichibankan (Fukuoka)
2012 Solo exhibition at GALLERY Ichibankan (Fukuoka)
2012 Solo exhibition at GALERIE AZUR Ichibankan Tokyo store

Since then, he has held solo exhibitions every year at Ichibankan Karatsu Main Store and GALERIE AZUR.

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