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Ceramic Art Hand Made by Soyong Kang
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Click to see the complete category catalog Momma's AttitudeĀ® VIEW
These vases are GREAT for Mother's Day, birthday, anniversary or the holidays! They became a hit-of-the-show during the Broad Ripple Art Fair in May of 2002. They were also VERY popular that same year at the Fall Festival in Zionsville, Indiana. Many more designs and colorful options are always being added to the store so check back often. If you see one you like, buy it now. These little gals find homes FAST!
(Patent Pending)


Click to see the complete category catalog High Fired Pottery VIEW
High Fired Pottery is very strong - so it is oven and dishwasher safe! The glaze that is used is completely free of any nasty chemicals that could contaminate food and hurt you. Check back here often because I have been creating mucha larger work using my own secret glaze recipes. Plates, cups, tumblers, vase, bowls, platter and much more are located in this popular category.
To see how clay is thrown into vases, bowls and pots, go here.


Click to see the complete category catalog Raku Pottery VIEW
Raku Pottery has been my favorite pieces to make for many years. The mystery of what the work will look like when it is fired is like opening a gift for your birthday. The photos of the pottery work in this store are always the actual photos of the work that is for sale. Note that raku vessels cannot hold water and they cannot be used for any kind of food storage.
For more information about the "raku" process, go here.
To see how clay is thrown into vases, bowls and pots, visit here.


Click to see the complete category catalog Sculpture VIEW
Sculpture is another favorite of mine to create but it is sometimes very difficult to keep the larger pieces from breaking during the building, firing and sometimes quick cool-off period used in the special in the firing techniques. The photos in this store are always the actual photos of the work for sale.

Click to see the complete category catalog Smoke Fired Work VIEW
The air-dried clay is sometimes burnished with colored slury clay called "slip" and then fired in a bisque kiln to harden the clay. Then the newly fired bisque clay - white in color - is covered with sawdust, leaves and assorted "goodies" and set on fire in a closed container. It is allowed to smolder for 24 to 48 hours. You never know what you'll get when the worked is removed for cleaning. To experiment more with and help create special results, they art is wrapped in wire, string, cloth before it gets smoked.

Click to see the complete category catalog Wall Masks VIEW
A set of three or more masks hung together make an interesting wall grouping. They were first introduced in December of 2001. All these 6 to 12 inch tall raku fired faces are ready to hang by using the picture wire that's threaded through the ceramic back.
For more information about the "raku" process, go here.


Photos, Text & Images - ©2012 Soyong Kang