Jyoti Naoki Eri

Ceramic

For an extended period of my life in India I practiced tea ceremony intensively.

It was quite natural that I started to make my own tea utensils.

I studied and also owned some antique ceramic pieces inspiring my journey into ceramic. I learned from them that a lot has been explored already in the past.
I felt there is nothing to invent but to find my own shape and texture.

They appear to me as a mirror of the potter.

I came to my personal understanding that simplicity and sincerity are all that is needed, perhaps especially for potters.

JNE

White and gold glazed tea bowl / 2013
Black tea bowl / 2011
Yakishime tea bowl / 2013
Anagama fired Iga style vase / 2013
Shino sake cup / 2013
Anagama fired tea bowl / 2013
Small Iga style vase / 2013
Gold glazed flower vase / 2013
Oribe rectangular plate / 2014
Anagama fired tea bowl / 2013
Tea bowl / 2012
Small Kutsu(wooden shoes)-shape bowl / 2013
Tenmoku glazed tea bowl / 2012
Flat tea bowl / 2011
Ash glaze tea bowl / 2014
Oribe small vase / 2013
Tea bowl / 2011
Tabi chawan – Travel tea bowl / 2010
Ash glaze tea bowl / 2013
Hand shaped tea bowl / 2010
Shino vase / 2011
Tea container / 2013
Small tea bowl / 2010
Tea bowl / 2015
Ash glaze tea bowl / 2010
Yakishime tea bowl / 2013
Container / 2013
Iga style flower vase / 2011
Tea container / 2009
Wall hanging flower vase / 2010
Shino glaze tea container / 2011
Iga style calabash vase / 2012
Flower vase / 2014
Katakushi-bowl / 2012
Anagama firing in Pondicherry during Jack Troy’s workshop

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