- Size of one plate -
Length of one side :11.9cm
This is Yamada's new celadon square plate.
The difference from most celadon pieces is the glaze tone.
Although celadon porcelain is characterized by the sky color found in Southern Song Dynasty and modern ceramics
However, his work is not characterized by uniform coloration.
His works are not uniformly colored, but rather, the colors are more like a natural landscape. It is more like a landscape.
The raw materials were collected from the riverbank near his pottery studio, and are not commonly sold.
If you were to look at a piece of old Japanese medieval Seto or Momoyama period Mino ware right after it was taken out of the kiln, it would look like his work.
This celadon would have been brand new without any old color, reminiscent of the natural landscape like his work.
I feel that this celadon porcelain is the destination of imitating the old masterpieces.
If we get rid of the concept of time, we can describe it as a new old ceramic.
The work reflects the shapes bent by gravity, by the forces of nature, and his innermost view of nature.
It is a perfect balance of intention and nature.
Please enjoy his completely original celadon plate at your dining table or living room.
The design can be used for all kinds of dishes, both Japanese and Western.
Other Taizo Yamada works
(Please contact us if you would like his other works.)
Biography of Taizo Yamada:
In 1947, born in Kawagoe, Saitama, Japan.
In 1971, graduated from department of painting at Tama Art University, and joined Toppan Printing Co.,
Ltd. as planner/designer for printing of interior/exterior decorative materials.
In 1981, established ceramic studio Miyoshino, and started career as ceramic artist.