Based in Melbourne, Japanese potter Yoko Ozawa creates unique pieces inspired by the Japanese slow design movement, an appreciation for the simple, functional and organic. Pieces take their names from nature, a reminder of clay's origins in the earth and of the inherent beauty in our environment.
"An everyday scene in a living room. You can see the sunlight filtering down through the trees from the window. Water in the shallow vases reflect the sky. A teapot makes a shadow on the table. A steaming cup next to the teapot. You can feel an atmosphere between vessels“ - Yoko Ozawa
Dimensions: width 14.5cm x 9cm, height 20cm
Terunobu Hirata is a Melbourne based potter who has been working in stoneware and porcelain for over 15 years. Studying at the Warrandyte Potter’s Cottage...View full product details