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Nearly's some exciting news!

I  had to share some exciting news about a future exhibition in Japan, which I 've alluded to over recent months.The finer details have now all been confirmed.   In March I'm exhibiting work in the home of "Raku" itself....Kyoto.  A beautiful city- where the Raku family dynasty first began making those humble little teabowls centuries ago.

Humbling an experience  it is for me, I must say!  To think that my "Western style" slab constructed Raku  ware is going back to the land of it's origin- is pretty incredible. I think for Potters- that must rank as one to cross off  the "bucket-list!" 

This time they will be exhibited at Gallery Jarfo in Kyoto city during March 2014 as part of the EWAAC UK JAPAN  cultural exchange. I feel very honoured and excited to have been selected.

More on this next year! But in the meantime-a very Merry Christmas and thanks for reading!

 Gallery Jarfo- Kyoto, Japan

Beautiful Kyoto City - mixing the ancient and the modern 


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