Entered Information
Student Name: Milla P
Grade: 12
Title: Where the Eastern Moon meets the Western Sun
Description: In this piece, I investigated ways to interweave Americana and Asian styles of pottery displayed in a way that portrays a lunar eclipse. The Asian set was designed in a contemporary geometric fashion and the handle imitates the stalk of bamboo that emphasizes the Asian origin. This set is glŠ°zed in a traditional Western Buttermilk glaze that I mixed, shadowed by Shoji Hamada's Tenmoku glaze. The Americana set was designed in a traditional style and glazed in a renowned Asian glaze, Tenmoku with Buttermilk splatters. To accentuate the contrast, The Asian set sits on a Maple wood, the Americana set sits on Black Walnut and the earth in between is Cherry wood.
Dimensions: (L)12 x (W)20 x (H)24 (Inches)
Weight: 10 Lbs.
School: Timpview High - Provo, UT
Teacher: R. Brent Davison
Exhibition: The 25th Annual National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition

Additional Work Info
Clay Vendor: Laguna
Wheel Vendor: brent, C
Tool Vendor: Clay King
Glaze Vendor: Other
Kiln Vendor: Skutt
Firing Temp: High Temp, Cone !0
Atmosphere: Reduction
Cone Number:
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