We are especially concentrating on quality works of art for use in or pertaining to the aesthetics of Japanese Tea.
Shizen-Yu Japanese Sake Set by Tsujimura Yui
Please refer to our stock # 347 when inquiring.
Green ash has poured in a torrent around the form, huge eyelets create bulge from the surface on one side, evidence of how it rested on its side in the kiln. Full of the world today, contemporary, breathing, alive. It is a wonderful Sake Set by this young artist.
Size,Tokkuri: W 11.2 cm H 14.6 cm
Guinomi: W 6.8 cm H 5.8 cm
Tsujimura Yui was born the first son of the legendary artist Tsujimura Shiro in 1975, and his illustrious fathers emphasis on nature and the clashing of forces within the kiln are apparent in his work. He began intensively potting under the tutelage of Shiro in 1993. 9 years later he completed his own kiln in Nara, and has since began his solo career. The very next year (2003) he was exhibited at the Hankyu Department Store in Osaka, and this was the leaping off point of many solo and group exhibitions at galleries throughout Japan. In 2010 the Metropolitan Museum of Art New York acquired one of his large Tsubo storage jars as part of their permanent collection.
Similar Items from this seller