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tsunami tea bowl show

updated mon 16 may 11


Eric Hansen on sun 15 may 11

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Dear Friends of Tsunami Relief Tea Bowl Show:

The event at Lab School of Washington, D.C., raised a total amount of
$1,123.00 which includes applicable tax factored into each donation.
90 items as individual pieces or sets were featured.

I want to thank all the potters who donated work, as the combined
effect of the entire show was responsible for motivating donations for
the Mashiko Potters=3D92 Fund. I also want to extend a special thank to
those who volunteered their time: Christa Hansen, Jon Singer, Loren
Scherbak, Brenda Llewellyn, Missy Cochrane, and Elke Seefeldt.

And I wish to gratefully acknowledge that the event was only made
possible through the gracious hosting of the venue at Lab School of
Washington, D.C. thanking all those, seen and unseen, whose efforts
made a contribution. Those who I am aware of are: Katherine Schantz,
Head of Lab School, Peter N. Braun, Sr., Director of Operations, Peter
N Braun, Jr., Greg Schlossberg, Special Events Coordinator, as well as
Emilio, and Albino.

Complete list of potters who made donations: Ken Matsuzaki, Hank
Murrow, Rick Mahaffrey, John Neely, Steven Branfman, Craig Miron,
Patricia Cassone, Louis Katz, May Luk, Paul Herman, Loren Scherbak,
Jon Singer, Charles D. Hansen, Eric A. Hansen, Denise Joyal, Mandy
Stigant, Elke Seefeldt, Veena Raghavan, Mary Del Bianco, Heidi
Schramm, Carolyn Dutky Romano, Marc Harper, Karen Abromaitis, Kanika
Sircar, Schreiber, Luke Nealey, Mike Gordon, David McBeth, Toshiyo
Uno, Kikuko Kinashi, Barbara Silver, Brenda Llewellyn, Carol Hurwich,
Cindy Dietz, Marsha Slater, Missy Cochrane, Elizabeth Adamowitz, and
Yang-ja Lee.

And a very special thanks to Ken Matsuzaki for organizing the Mashiko
Potters Fund, and for sharing the perfect example of a shino-yaki
matcha chawan!

Sincerely Yours,

Eric Hansen
Interim Volunteer Arts Administrator for
Tsunami Relief Tea Bowl Show

Tsunami Relief Tea Bowl Show and Sale =3D96 Raising Funds for Mashiko Potte=
=3D92 Fund

Ken Matsuzaki, Mashiko, Japan
1. Boxed Chawan $2,475.00
Shino glaze

Hank Murrow, Eugene, Oregon
2. Boxed Tea Set - SOLD
Stoneware chawan, Shino glaze=3D09
& High-fired stoneware tea caddy

Rick Mahaffrey, Tacoma, Washington
3. Anagama-fired Chawan $280.00

John Neely, Logan, Utah
4. Unofu Tea Bowl $240.00
Glazed stoneware

Patricia Cassone, Limoges and Provence, France
5. Wood-fired Shinoyaki Chawan $215.00

Louis Katz, Corpus Christi, Texas
6. Winter Tea Bowl $35.00
Soda-fired stoneware
7. Summer Tea Bowl $35.00
Reduction-fired stoneware

May Luk, Brooklyn, New York
8. Taste of My China Tea Bowl $28.00
Serigraphed underglaze slipcast stoneware

Paul Herman, Doyle, California
9. Yunomi $25.00
Wood-fired stoneware, shino glazed

Charles Hansen, Louisville, Kentucky
10. Nested bowls, set of two $40.00
Wood ash glazed stoneware

Mandy Stigant, Logan, Utah
11. Stoneware Tea Bowl $25.00

Elke Brenning Seefeldt, Arlington and Alexandria, Virginia
12. Shino Tea Bowl - SOLD=3D09
13. Porcelain Shino Tea BowL - SOLD
14. Porcelain Shino Tea Cup - SOLD
15. Stoneware Shino Tea Bowl $38.00

Eric Hansen, Alexandria, Virginia
16. Traveling Chawan - SOLD
Rice hull ash glaze
17. Traveling Size Chawan $40.00
Wood-fired, glaze of Virginia wood
ash and Virginia clay
18. Traveling Size Chawan $40.00
Old Cornish stone glaze, wood-fired
19. Traveling Size Chawan $30.00
Iron clay and wood ash glaze

Loren Scherbak, Rockville, Maryland
20. Wood-fired Tea Bowl - SOLD
Oribe liner glaze
21. Wood-fired Tea Bowl $20.00
Oribe liner glaze
22. Wood-fired Tea Bowl $20.00=3D09
Shino glaze
23. Wood-fired Tea Bowl - SOLD
Green shino
24. Wood-fired Tea Bowl $30.00
Hand-dug iron clay, e-shino
25. Wood-fired Tea Bowl - SOLD
Shino glaze
26. Wood-fired Tea Bowl $25.00
Kaki glaze
27. Wood-fired Tea Bowl $35.00
Shino with carbon trap

Veena Raghavan
29. Porcelain Tea Bowl $25.00
Oil spot and black glazes
30. Porcelain Tea Bowl $20.00
Black and blue glazes

Mary Del Bianco, Kensington, Maryland
31. Set of two noodle bowls with chopsticks - SOLD

Heidi Schramm, Arlington, Virginia
32. Raku Tea Bowl $25.00
33. Raku Tea Bowl $25.00

Carolyn Dutky Romano, Silver Spring, Maryland
34. Porcelain with green glaze $18.00

Marc Harper, Cabin John, Maryland
35. Porcelain Tea Bowl $24.00
Wood-fired carbon-trap shino
36. Porcelain Tea Bowl $22.00
Wood-fired carbon-trap shino
37. Reduction-fired Hamada Tea Bowl - SOLD

Karin Abromaitis
38. Temmoku-glazed Tea Bowl - SOLD

Kanika Sircar, Washington, D.C.
39. Set of two nested bowls with
poetic inscription, - SOLD
40. Boat-shaped serving dish $50.00

41. Reduction-fired Stoneware Chawan - SOLD
Matte glaze

Luke Nealy, Rankin County, Mississippi
42. Sake set (flask and two cups) $25.00
Wood-fired stoneware
43. Wood-fired Stoneware Yunomi - SOLD
Temmoku and kaki glaze
44. Wood-fired Stoneware Chawan - SOLD
Teadust glaze
45. Wood-fired Stoneware Chawan - SOLD =3D09
PV clay liner glaze

Mike Gordon, Walnut Creek, California
46. Large Tea Bowl - SOLD
47. Large Tea Bowl $12.00
48. Large Tea Bowl $12.00
49. Large Tea Bowl $12.00
50. Small Tea Bowl - SOLD
51. Small Tea Bowl $8.00
52. Small Tea Bowl - SOLD
53. Small Tea Bowl $8.00

Craig Miron, Berry Creek, Calfornia
54. Wood-fired shino tea bowl,
with cherry blossom motif $75.00

David McBeth, Brooksville, Maine,
And Martin, Tennessee
55. Yunomi $24
56. Chawan, dark glaze, $50
57. Chawan, light glaze, $50

Toshiyo Uno, Glen Echo Pottery
58. Chawan, wood fired - SOLD
59. Yunomi, stoneware, oxide $10
60. Yunomi, shino, wood fired $10
61. Yunomi, tea dust glaze $10
62. Yunomi, stoneware - SOLD

Kikuko Kinashi, Glen Echo Pottery
63. White chawan, cobalt glaze - SOLD
64. High-fire shino glaze with red - SOLD
65. Wood fire, white matte, with red $12
66. Wood fire, brown $12
67. Wood-fire, shino - SOLD

Barbara Silver, Glen Echo Pottery
68. shino, wood fire - SOLD

Brenda Llewellyn, Glen Echo Pottery
69. Large Tea Bowl, Ohata Kaki $75
70. Wood fired, shino $25
Carol Hurwitch, Glen Echo Pottery
71. Stoneware, yellow matte $25

Cindy Deitch, Glen Echo Pottery=3D09
72. Yunomi, shino, wood fire $30
Marsha Slater, Glen Echo Pottery
73. Porcelain, soft ash $25

Missy Cochrane, Glen Echo Pottery
74. Hand-formed tea bowl, manabigama wood fire $30
75. Chatter design, manabigama wood fire - SOLD

Elizabeth Adamowitz, Glen Echo Pottery
76. White and blue, TB porcelain - SOLD
77. White and blue, TB porcelain - SOLD

Yang-ja Lee, Glen Echo Pottery
78. Macha chawan, Unzen $35
79. Wood-fired, white shino, stamped - SOLD

Denise Joyal, Smithsburg, Maryland
80. Soda fired toroid bottle on stand $100
81. Wood fired vase - SOLD
82. Wood fired mini toroid teapot - SOLD
83. Shino tea bowl $45
84. Black tea bowl $30
85. Brown tea bowl $25
86. Celadon tea bowl $30
87. Celadon vase - SOLD

Jon Singer, Maryland
88. Tea connoisseur=3D92s large bowl, blue glaze $50
89. Tea connoisseur=3D92s bowl, $30

Steven Branfman, Needleham, Massuchussetts
90. Raku bowl $250