Kathie’s new design for Japanese-style porcelain dinnerware is now available for online sales. This food-safe tableware is lightweight and durable enough for daily use, including placement in the dishwasher and microwave. Plates stack uniformly. Shino glazes originated in 16th Century Japan, and they are currently very popular throughout the world. Kathie uses a “carbon-trap” […]
In 2013, I’m increasing online sales of my most popular affordable items at Centerpoint Studios. We’re preparing for two back-to-back firings in the next few weeks, so there will be an abundance of ikebana vases and dinnerware! They often sell quickly, so let me know if you’re interested in place an order for a particular […]
After a busy week of shows in Massachusetts and Asheville, we’ll be setting up again at this Saturday’s Art in the Park near the fountain in downtown Asheville. Several designs of dinnerware will be on display, and we’re currently taking orders for delivery in late January. This Shino lamp will be available at the Carolina […]
Teapots fresh out of the kiln! Now I just need to make matching teabowls to go with them!
Check out my latest Shino glaze designs for functional tableware and ikebana containers!
Shino glazes tend to range in color from milky white to a light orange, sometimes with charcoal grey spotting, known as “carbon trap” which is the trapping of carbon in the glaze during the firing process. Kathie’s explorations of carbon trapping techniques have resulted in some pieces that are very black, with orange interiors. She is […]