'Friends in Tea' Conference at the Dai Bosatsu Zendo | Pottery, Anagama, Wood-fired, Tea Ceremony Wares, Susan Kotulak, OkiDoki Anagama, Chawan, Hanaire, Mukozuke, Kaiseki, Food Stylists, Mizusashi
Entrance to the Dai Bosatsu Zendo
Outdoor Tea Ceremony on the banks of Beecher Lake
My slide presentation on my experience of firing an anagama in Sassayama Japan
Talking about firing effects, with lots of hands on by the group.
My thanks to all the Friends In Tea for their kind attention, and generous patronage.
Eido Roshi had admired one chawan in particular, and the group gave it to him as a thank-you, to his apparent delight.
Thank you to all for a memorable weekend...
Pottery, Anagama, Wood-fired, Tea Ceremony Wares, Susan Kotulak, OkiDoki Anagama, Chawan, Hanaire, Mukozuke, Kaiseki, Food Stylists, Mizusashi
Anagama Wood-Fired Pottery by Susan Kotulak fired in The OkiDoki Anagama; Japanese Inspired Pottery to be used in the Tea Ceremony, Tea Bowls (Chawan) Vases for Chabana and Ikebana, Mukozuke Dishes for Japanese Cuisine Kaiseki, resource for Food Stylists, accompanied by Shibori and Screen Printed Textiles for the Table and Wall. SuMono.biz, SueMono.com Wearable art from kimono fabric
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