Artist: Kim Hono,
Size: H110 x W 90 mm
“His work is energized and bold in his own way. Hono is inspired by Oribe-Yaki, a movement of art expression in pottery created for tea ceremonies lead by Sen Rikyu in the 15th Century.”
Born in Aichi, Hono studied and worked in Seto City. His work have received a number of awards and have been exhibited in many established galleries and expos around the world. .
In contrast to more widely known modest Japanese ceramic movements, Oribe is very bold and unique, with avant-garde forms and patterns, as can be seen in Kim’s work. It’s as much a piece of art as it is a functional object.
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