Friday, September 28, 2012

Traditional Art and Craft from KAGA October 26th -30th

Opening Reception & Sake Tasting
on October 26th, 6pm-8pm

Our upcoming show will feature the tradditional crafts of KAGA region that have continued from the Edo period.
This is the third show of its kind and this time two pillars of the traditional crafts of Kaga, Kutani ceramics and Yamanaka lacquerware will be introduced.
The exhibition will feature the delicate line drawing, dyeing, and other works of fine brush print of decorative Kutani porcelain. Makie will be featured on new materials such as acrylic.

We look forward to sharing with you at our upcoming show here Sara Japanese Pottery.

Opening reception will feature a painting and laqcuer demonstration by artist Mr. Hiroyuki Haruya, and a fine drawing demonstration by Kutani artist Ms. Ruri Takeuchi.
Please join us for the Opening Reception and Sake Tasting Presented by NGAI SHUZO featuring their sake MIZUBASHO on October 26th 6pm-8pm.

Previous show :
2011 " The way of the Tea Ceremony of KAGA "
2010 " Next Generation of Porcelain Paintings "


Friday, September 21, 2012

New Works from Stephen Rodriguez

As the season changes, we have been getting new works these days.
This time, we have got the works from STEPHEN RODRIGUEZ.
Look there dynamic works and feel detailed texture of these.


Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Guinomi Cups from Jack Troy

It is always pleasure to see the beauty of the nature.
One of our greatest artist, Jack Troy, sent such beautiful cups and vases, which have powerful natural ash glaze.
Just stop by and take a moment to feel them in your hand!

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Black Glass Tumblers

We would like to introduce you beautiful, fine and chic black glass tumblers.
You will be amazed how beautiful surface is and how well the hand-crafted works is.
Now we have new shapes which emphasize more the beauty of the texture.
Please come and check!

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Edible Manhattan July/August2012

One of our customer brought us the magazine "Edible Manhattan" on the other day and showed us Sara Japanese Pottery was mentioned on the page 25.
It is an interview for Mr. Ben Cohen, who is the co-founder of Ben & Jerry ice cream.

Please check this out!