All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Contemporary item #732710
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265,000.00 yen
A spectacular chawan (tea bowl). Although seemingly simple, the marking on the shomen (face), in unique Suzuki Tomio shades, gives the bowl a deeper note. That feature resembles the writing of a circle by a Zen monk; a common exercise of calligraphy, where the beginning and the end are the same, while the balance of energies is respected. The shape of the bowl echoes those principles, which are at the heart of the tea ceremony...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Contemporary item #1232259
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155,000.00 yen
This superb chawan (tea bowl) was made by Unokawa Kazumasa, a potter whose works have a strong connection with the cosmos, inside, where the viewer can feel pulled into the infinite, deep blue space, and outside, which seems to mirror the raw texture of extraterrestrial rocks...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Contemporary item #987149
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155,000.00 yen
These days, Unokawa Kazumasa makes his chawan (tea bowls) using only his hands; without a potter’s wheel. This approach allows him to produce vessels that are deeply spiritually rooted in his creativity, and which, as always have a strong cosmic connection. Here, again, the spectacle is as much outside as inside. The term “gensai” means “beautiful black”.

Unokawa Kazumasa, born in Nara in 1952, not far from Kyoto, is a master craftsman of Tenmoku pottery...

All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Bowls : Contemporary item #1155787
This superb chawan (tea bowl) was made by Unokawa Kazumasa, a potter whose works have a strong connection with the cosmos, inside, where the viewer can feel pulled into the infinite, deep blue space, and outside, which seems to mirror the raw texture of extraterrestrial rocks...
All Items : Artists : Jewelry : Pre 2000 item #74065
Shirley Allen
$44,000.00
This collection spans twenty years of Patricia Von Musulin's Incredible Jewelry, Sculpture and Art. Thank You Patricia. The collection is larger than pictured and over the top to see.
All Items : Artists : Drawing : Contemporary item #1092743
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32,500.00 yen
This wonderful calligraphy was made by a contemporary Japanese calligrapher named Moe Haruka. It is entitled “O”. The circle drawn here may seem to be of a simple nature, yet it is probably one of the most difficult symbol to brush in ink. O is a representation of the universe whence everything comes, and it contains all its attributes from masculine to feminine...
All Items : Artists : Drawing : Contemporary item #1092751
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-32,500.00
This wonderful calligraphy was made by a contemporary Japanese calligrapher named Moe Haruka. It is entitled “Mai” (dance). It might not be difficult to see the dancer gracefully stroked, floating on the washi (Japanese paper). And it is easy to realize then that Japanese ideograms have a spirit of their own that can enchant and steal the viewer into fantasy.

Moe Haruka uses the “lines of Kanji (Chinese characters) to represent the nature of Japan, its expressions and its culture...

All Items : Artists : Paintings : Contemporary item #1307669
Poland's Anna and Andy Orlinski are known the world ever for their historic maritime paintings boasting astounding detail and Fire. In this monumental work, depicted is the USS Bonhomme Richard captained by John Paul Jones and the HMS Serapis in the four hour battle that saw Jones defy surrender and defeat by lashing two ships together and with his greater numbers in crew forced the British captain to surrender...
All Items : Artists : Ceramics : Pottery : Cups : Contemporary item #1128448
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22,500.00 yen
Here is a very elegant shuhai, made by one of the best contemporary Shino potters: Suzuki Tomio. A shuhai is a cup used to drink alcohol, usually sake, but the size of this particular piece makes it a perfect beer drinking vessel, or any other beverage, for that matter. The cup was made in the Yohenkin style of Shino pottery, a genre created by Suzuki Tomio. Yohenkin potteries have a spectacular soft golden caramel glaze and rich nacreous effects; a drinking companion to be treasured...
All Items : Artists : Jewelry : Bracelets : Contemporary item #1410634
Shirley Allen
$17,000.00
Kenneth Jonson is a Muscogee Seminole jewelry designer.This cuff-bracelet is 22k gold embellished with ruby and diamonds.The gold design is taken from the sawgrass of the everglades .In Seminole culture sawgrass represents protection .
All Items : Artists : Metalwork : Pre 1990 item #1368454 (stock #B2U-24)
Japanese 20th century large silver vase by TSUCHIYA KYOHEI with flying fish design. The vase has flying fish flying around the sides of the vase. The design is done by hand-hammering technique. The vase measures 13 3/4" tall and 10 1/4" in diameter. The vase comes with TOMOBAKO, or original artist signed wooden storage box.
All Items : Artists : Paintings : Contemporary item #1307668
Poland's Anna and Andy Orlinski are known the world ever for their historic maritime paintings boasting astounding detail and passion. Offered here is an amazing sea panorama of The Battle of Trafalgar in October of 1805. A massive naval engagement between the Royal Navy led by Admiral Lord Nelson and the combined navies of the French and Spanish...
All Items : Artists : Drawing : Contemporary item #1092746
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13,000.00 yen
This wonderful calligraphy was made by a contemporary Japanese calligrapher named Moe Haruka. It is entitled “Take” (bamboo). As in the calligraphy entitled “Wood”, the artist masterful use of the brush create a minimalist landscape that echoes the great Zen gardens of Japan and invite to meditation.

Moe Haruka uses the “lines of Kanji (Chinese characters) to represent the nature of Japan, its expressions and its culture...

All Items : Artists : Drawing : Contemporary item #1092750
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13,000.00 yen
This wonderful calligraphy was made by a contemporary Japanese calligrapher named Moe Haruka. It is entitled “Yuki” (snow). Though it is softly brushed, the character is dynamic and seems to evolve before the eyes of the viewer, almost taking human form as if possessed by the spirit of winter.

Moe Haruka uses the “lines of Kanji (Chinese characters) to represent the nature of Japan, its expressions and its culture...

All Items : Artists : Drawing : Contemporary item #1092748
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13,000.00 yen
This wonderful calligraphy was made by a contemporary Japanese calligrapher named Moe Haruka. It is entitled “En” (circle). Although that symbol has come to represent the Japanese currency, its deeper meaning conveys a sense of togetherness and harmony; it can also mean tranquil...
All Items : Artists : Drawing : Contemporary item #1092745
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13,000.00 yen
This wonderful calligraphy was made by a contemporary Japanese calligrapher named Moe Haruka. It is entitled “Hayashi” (wood). In this particular calligraphy, the character for wood is brushed three times with different effects that create a very poetic landscape and invite the viewer to enter this imaginary grove.

Moe Haruka uses the “lines of Kanji (Chinese characters) to represent the nature of Japan, its expressions and its culture. She wants the viewer to “smell Japan, withou...

All Items : Artists : Sculpture : Contemporary item #653754 (stock #X06)
36" x 32" x 13", oil paint on wood. Alan Kessler was born 1945 in Philadelphia, PA. He was educated at the Philadelphia College of Art, Philadelphia, PA where he received a Bachelor of Fine Art. He then attended the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD where he received his Masters of Fine Art. He has had 16 solo exhibitions in New York, including six at O.K. Harris, two at the James Yu gallery, and the Dobrick Galleries in Chicago.
All Items : Artists : Sculpture : Pre 2000 item #1356175 (stock #octoshark)
This sculpture was carved in 1999 by renowned sculptor Tim Lewis. Tim is an American Stone Carver whose work is represented in the permanent collection of the Owensboro Museum of Fine Art, the Huntington Museum of Art in West Virginia, the High Museum, Atlanta, Georgia, as well as the Smithsonian American Museum in Washington, D.C. His work is also included in George H. Meyer's "American Canes: Personal Sculpture." Considered a self-taught master, his meticulous work is highly desirable by priva...