Japanese Contemporary Stoneware Glazed Vase by Satoru Hoshino
A stoneware vessel in globular form in the tradition of wood fire Shigaraki ware, with pinched ridges and indentations and natural ash and partial celadon glaze, made by Japanese contemporary ceramist Satoru Hoshino (1945-) signed, sealed and dated to 2011. The vessel shows the intimate relationship of the artist with clay and an organic hand-making process. The wabi-sabi aesthetic is reflected in the natural occurrences during the making process and a subtle intentional effect of the unevenness of the glaze that mimics the melting snow, an ephemeral beauty in nature. Satoru Hoshino is an international acclaimed ceramic artist, whose works are held in permanent collection in major museums worldwide. His biography and CV is available upon request. For a similar piece, see 2012.72.1 in the collection of Minneapolis Institute of Art. The measurement of the vase is 14″h x 13″dia. The item “Japanese Contemporary Stoneware Glazed Vase by Satoru Hoshino” is in sale since Friday, January 24, 2020. This item is in the category “Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\Art Pottery\Studio/ Handcrafted Pottery”. The seller is “gallery-t” and is located in Atlanta, Georgia. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Style: oganic modern
- Material: stoneware
- Original/Reproduction: Contemporary Original
- Object Type: Vase