|Dimensions||6.5 x 6.5 x 2.5 in|
This average sized bowl has a matte crackle glaze, intercepted by splatters of a light 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.