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Ikkop Tamura

Ikkop Tamura

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The ceramic of Kyushu and Amakusa is cultivated by his own work.In recent years, the clay of grey clay and the permeable clay of Shingaku are blended, but in the center of their production there is Tenkusa-ishi stone.
Amakusa is a very smooth texture and a highly plastic soil.I've always wonted to make use of this plasticity.If you look at the tense of the arc of a circle made of a potter's wheel, or with a potter's wheel, you can see the tension in the eye.It is very important for your molds to be shaped without compromising the sense of tension.
I like the Chinese pottery celadon and the white porcelain of modern writers, and they burn the gas kiln to the burning.The white porcelain for me reflects the snow.The reason why he returned to his hometown of Akita after nine years of his life might have been the reason why he wanted to make the scenery of Akita Prefecture in his work.

Hajime Tamura


Materials, pottery, porcelain
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The works of Tamura Ichi-san are images of the winter sky in Akita Prefecture.
It is a kind of earthenware that feels a clean and white material, and a color instrument that dyes nicely with its white color.
One of Tamura's utensils, who had been educated in psychology at the university, reminds us of human beings.The colored gray color is the color of the rice husk in the Akita Prefecture's "Shinsei" (New government).
Because everything is made by hand, there is a unique personality in the form of glaze and shape.
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A recipe for a Tamura-one-san potteryThis way.and you can see it from you.

Ceramic history.

Born in Akita Prefecture.
Waseda University Graduate School of Writers Started the Writers' Activities in Tokyo after finishing graduate school
In 2002, he moved to Masuko Town, Haga County, Tochigi Prefecture.
Returreturned to the Akita Prefecture in 2011 and now











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