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這次特別製作的陶器系列,受日本茶道精神的啟發,並始於茶道講師山本宗夏的成套訂製茶具。

柴燒的多樣色彩,為本次展出系列的亮點,在作品當中可觀賞到雪白、石黑、日落般的橘色,海洋般的藍色以及一絲絲淡紫和翠綠。系列中以電窯燒製的作品,則以簡單的米白、深淺褐色與藍色,來表現陶器簡練、平易近人的線條。

此陶器系列在材料的選擇上,並沒有地域限制,既使用西方的陶土,也採用受日本傳統釉啟發的釉方,作品在高雄的工作室燒製成形,於苗栗等地完成柴燒。她使用的技法包括拉坯、手塑和陶板等等。

展出作品 134件

水指、お茶碗、 蓋置、建水、花入、お菓子器、食籠

    Yvonne Weng’s ceramics collection for this exhibition is indeed a special one, which was inspired by Japanese tea culture and spirit, and started from Chado Instructor Yamamoto Sōka’s customise-ordered tea utensils that she wishes to use in her tea sessions at SOKA’AN. 

 

    The hues are a highlight of this collection. In Yvonne’s wood-fired works, there are a variety of colours ranging from snow white, stone black, sunset orange, ocean blue, and tints of lavender and jade. With works fired in her own electric kiln, she demonstrates a sense of simplicity in handmade tablewares with colours such as beige, black, light and dark brown, and blue. 

 

    The materials that Yvonne Weng used in this collection range from the east and the west. Her clays were from the west, her glazes were inspired by traditional Japanese recipes. She made her works in Kaohsiung City in Taiwan, then fired in her own electric kiln, or wood-fired in Miaoli. In the making of this collection, her techniques include throwing, handbuilding, and slab-building.

 

Main Exhibited Items 134 pcs​

Water Jars, Tea Bowls, Lid Rests, Waste Water Jars, Vases, Wagashi Serving Plates, Covered Wagashi Boxes

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