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on a late summer day - farewell

this bowl was born on a sunny day in the first week of september. i made it in the workshop at my mountain studio, that was built in 1633 for two capuchin monks. now it is me who is working in the old rooms. when i left my home that morning and took the way to my studio house it was still warm and the light was a golden. and i realized by the scent in the morning air that late summer will soon bid us farewell. this is a late summer bowl from 2022 – and it will stay.

brownblack tenmoku glazed: precious. delicate. unique. hand thrown. glossy to reflect the sun light. stoneware and thrown as fine as porcelain. 

precious bowl. hand thrown. stoneware. tenmoku glaze. one of a kind. 
h 7.5 cm d 19cm

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moments of tea- silence

in the small garden of my studio house you will find my tea house. it is built entirely of wood, the floor has small stone slabs. i always sit there in the afternoon and drink a cup of tea, alone or with guests. it is always a special quiet moment that i cherish and often look forward to in the morning. the jar and tea cup i have thrown from stoneware, glazed with a metallic gold-black shimmering matte glaze. it beautifully captures the magic of the moment while drinking tea.

a jar and a small tea cup. a set for precious moments. every day. metallic tenmoku glazed: delicate. unique. stoneware – thrown as fine as porcelain. 

set of a jar and a tea cup. hand thrown. stoneware. metallic tenmoku glaze. matte. one of a kind. 
jar: h 7.5cm, d 10cm
cup: h  5.5cm , d 5.5cm

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moments of tea - midnight

my teahouse was not always a teahouse. i like empty spaces, i can do whatever i want with them. so i created a teahouse out of the old little house next to my studio: it reminds me of my trips to japan. i drank tea in many places in japan, some of them are unforgettable. for example the tea time in my friend motomu oyama’s studio, it was very cold and we drank tea wrapped in wool blankets and talked about the exhibition we were planning together. also the tea time in one of the wooden buildings in the mountains, where i spontaneously got a warm tea from a woman – it was also cold and the end of november. also the bowl of matcha tea that a monk gave me in the suzuki museum. there are many more. i am actually in my tea house every day – alone or with guests. this tea set made of stoneware and glazed with tenmoku should also make for unforgettable times.

a jar and a small tea cup. a set for precious moments. every day. metallic tenmoku glazed: delicate. unique. stoneware – thrown as fine as porcelain. 

set of a jar and a tea cup. hand thrown. stoneware. metallic tenmoku glaze. matte. one of a kind. 
jar: h 7.5cm, d 10cm
cup: h  5.5cm , d 5.5cm

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moments of tea- calm

you will find my tea house next to my old studio house, built in 1633. you will walk the stone staircase that leads to the teahouse. it is built entirely of wood, the floor has small stone slabs. i sit there in the afternoon and drink a bowl of tea, alone or with guests. it is always a special quiet moment that i cherish and often look forward to in the morning. the jar and tea cup on its plate i have thrown from stoneware, glazed with a metallic gold-black shimmering matte glaze. it beautifully captures the magic of the moment while drinking tea.

a jar and a small tea cup on a plate. a set for precious moments. every day. metallic tenmoku glazed: delicate. unique. stoneware – thrown as fine as porcelain. 

a jar, a tea cup with a plate. hand thrown. stoneware. metallic tenmoku glaze. matte. one of a kind. 
jar: h 7.5cm, d 10cm
cup: h  5.5cm , d 5.5cm
plate: h 2.5cm, d 16.5cm

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on a late summer day - flower

i made this bowl from white porcelain on a sunny day in early september in the warm lighted workshop at my mountain studio. when i was on the way to my studio house it was clear and the light was wonderful soft. i realized by the scent in the morning air that late summer will soon bid us farewell. this is a summer bowl from 2022 – and it will stay.

precious. delicate. translucent. unique. hand thrown. glossy inside to reflect the sun light. porcelain at its best. and with the red thread in the foot: never forget to follow your path!

bowl. hand thrown. white porcelain. outside unglazed, fine sanded and with fine rims. inside with a glossy glaze.
h 8cm d 20cm

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between forest and sky - morning

when i wake up in the morning, i see the sky, the forest, the mountains. and i hear nothing but the gentle murmur of the stream, sometimes a bird in the distance. most of my time, i am living in the mountains on the south side of Grisons. this silence of the valley probably influences my creation the most. this calmness and simplicity shape my vessels in the design. the colours of the surroundings, however, shape my choice of surfaces.

the glaze of this bowl captures this mood. the bowl changes its radiance with the changing light, the time of day, the season. and the silence always remains. the shape of the vessel remains, too.

bowl. hand thrown. white porcelain. coated with a craquele glaze terra.
h 8cm d 12cm

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between forest and sky - afternoon

when i wake up in the morning, i see the sky, the forest, the mountains. and i hear nothing but the gentle murmur of the stream, sometimes a bird in the distance. most of my time, i am living in the mountains on the south side of Grisons. this silence of the valley probably influences my creation the most. this calmness and simplicity shape my vessels in the design. the colours of the surroundings, however, shape my choice of surfaces.

the glaze of this bowl captures this mood. the bowl changes its radiance with the changing light, the time of day, the season. and the silence always remains. the shape of the vessel remains, too.

bowl. hand thrown. white porcelain. coated with a craquele glaze forest.
h 7.5cm d 12cm

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between forest and sky - evening

when i wake up in the morning, i see the sky, the forest, the mountains. and i hear nothing but the gentle murmur of the stream, sometimes a bird in the distance. most of my time, i am living in the mountains on the south side of Grisons. this silence of the valley probably influences my creation the most. this calmness and simplicity shape my vessels in the design. the colours of the surroundings, however, shape my choice of surfaces.

the glaze of this bowl captures this mood. the bowl changes its radiance with the changing light, the time of day, the season. and the silence always remains. the shape of the vessel remains, too.

bowl. hand thrown. white porcelain. coated with a craquele glaze terra.
h 7cm d 12cm

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