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Ceramics by Makoto Hatori at Studiopottery.co.uk - <b>Ceramics meet non-ceramic materials</b>
was held from 22 to 25 April 2010, at Gallery Galatea, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan<br>
Clockwise from to left:<br>
<b>Ni Haku : Invacation,</b> (w)37.0 - (w)19.0 - (h)182.0 cm, wheel-thrown stoneware with slip, wood fired and charcoal smoked, with colored board.<br>
<b>An Organic Whole,</b> (w)56.0 - (d)34.0 - (h)51.0cm, wheel-thrown stoneware with slip, with metaland bamboo.<br>
<b>Parasitism,</b> (w)34.0 - (d)19.0 - (h)205.0 cm, wheel-thrown stoneware with slip, with wood.<br>
<b>From Then to,</b> (w)87.0 - (d)19.0 - (h)68.0 cm, wheel-thrown stonware with slip, sprayed solution of salt, vessels elements assembled over some threaded steel rod, with iron rod.

Ceramics meet non-ceramic materials was held from 22 to 25 April 2010, at Gallery Galatea, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan
Clockwise from to left:
Ni Haku : Invacation, (w)37.0 - (w)19.0 - (h)182.0 cm, wheel-thrown stoneware with slip, wood fired and charcoal smoked, with colored board.
An Organic Whole, (w)56.0 - (d)34.0 - (h)51.0cm, wheel-thrown stoneware with slip, with metaland bamboo.
Parasitism, (w)34.0 - (d)19.0 - (h)205.0 cm, wheel-thrown stoneware with slip, with wood.
From Then to, (w)87.0 - (d)19.0 - (h)68.0 cm, wheel-thrown stonware with slip, sprayed solution of salt, vessels elements assembled over some threaded steel rod, with iron rod.