JIM WAYNE'S Saggar-Fired Shino Teaware
- ALL THE TOOLS FOR TEA. Gallia, Katherine; Althoff, Susanne // Natural Health;Apr2000, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p32
Features the Japanese Tea Ceremony Gift Set that provides not only the tools but also the know-how for making traditional green tea. Inclusion of `The Japanese Tea Ceremony,' an illustrated book with instructions on preparation and performance of a tea ceremony.
- Black Shino. Jacobson, Mel // Ceramics Monthly;Dec2000, Vol. 48 Issue 10, p44
Describes the author's work with Shino pottery. Origins of Shino in Japan; American Shino; Glazing and firing variations for maximum carbon trapping.
- A Shino Analysis. Buck, Tom // Ceramics Monthly;Dec2000, Vol. 48 Issue 10, p48
Analyzes a number of Shino pottery recipes. Types of glazes; Firing; Raw materials.
- Caught in a Trap. // Ceramics Monthly;Sep2001, Vol. 49 Issue 7, p77
Describes a way for generating a black lustrous surface on the rims and handles of Shino-glazed pots. Attribution of the effect to heavy stoking in the early part of the firing; Increased chances of carbon trapping in thick applications of glaze; Alteration of propensity of Shino glaze to trap...
- Shinos in the Fire...an Odyssey. Murrow, Hank // Ceramics Monthly;Sep2001, Vol. 49 Issue 7, p39
Focuses on 400-year-old Shino-glazed ware. Efforts of the author to replicate the rich color variations and textured surfaces of the Momoyama-era originals; Recipes for Shino-revival wares; Wood firing of Shinos.
- LOOKING AT WHITE DEW. Cort, Louise Allison // Studio Potter;Winter2011/Spring2012, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p16
The article presents a reprint of the article â€œLooking at White Dew,â€ by Louise Allison Cort, which appeared in volume 10 no.2 of â€œStudio Potter.â€ The author discusses ceramic tea caddies produced in Japan and which were used during chanoyu, the Japanese tea ceremony....
- It's Not About the Bowl. Harrison, Steve // Ceramics Technical;Nov2011-Apr2012, Issue 33, p40
The article presents the author's personal reflections on his work as a ceramic artist, creating "tea bowls." Initial comments are offered noting that the artist does not intentionally make bowls for use in Japanese tea ceremonies but that he has been strongly influenced and inspired by the...
- Just Like a Samurai. Fulop, Peter // Ceramic Review;Jan/Feb2009, Issue 235, p56
The author discusses the motivations and influences behind his ceramics. He says that clay has always been a medium in his life and that he was fascinated by the natural plasticity of the material and its elemental beauty. Over the last 22 years, he has tried to create shapes and forms on the...
- the tree tea lady. Keens, Leta // Belle;Apr/May2004, p80
Focuses on the porcelain tea sets created by ceramicist Patsy Hely. Reason Hely did not make any saucers; Discovery of Hely on saucers; Factor that makes her work so appealing.