|Dimensions||7 x 7 x 2 in|
This average sized bowl has a matte crackle glaze, intercepted by splatters of a deeper beige gloss.
Known in Japanese as “sumi-e”, ink wash painting is a type of brush painting that originates in East Asia. Here, the “strokes” are made by a brush, though it splatters a colored glaze onto a neutral background. The result is reminiscent of the traditional “sumi-e”, creating a “semi-sumi” style. Each glaze that is used interacts differently with the base glaze, and, combined with the unpredictable pattern from the application technique, makes each piece uniquely intriguing.
Available for order (Please note, since everything is handmade, the purchased product will not be exactly the same, but a unique piece similar to the images reflected. Please allow 4 to 6 weeks lead time for shipment.)