Friday, May 04, 2007 7:20 AM
Heyri Gallery, Part 3, Ceramics you can go home with
I've been trying to catch up to my Japan trip, but I took far too many photos in Korea.
The main goal for my trip to Hanhyanglim gallery was to get some insight on the possibility of importing some nice contemporary Korean pottery, and I was pleased to find that the gallery gift shop's buyer's taste runs a pretty close parallel to my own. I still have to work out a lot of details, but I'm hoping to bring the work of at least one of these production potters to YuzuMura.com later this year. Let me know if you have any favorites...
Vase with carved illustration
Medium-sized low open form
Tea cups, bowls, and a large serving plate
Mugs and deep plate
These green tea mugs come with a tea infuser and lid. I really like this artist's work.
I have a nokcha cup with an infuser in the same style from this artist, so I was happy to re-discover this artist.
Teacups and pot with golden enameling
Rich textured plates
Hyper-contemporary beer cups
Part 1, Part 2, Part 3