Tuesday, 13 March 2007

Fun slabs

Since I came to Australia I've been using porcelain and mainly I do hand building with slabs. It's such a lovely process but it's also a bit tricky and takes a long time to make. Often I draw on the pieces with colour - sometimes just fine lines and sometimes landscapes. Recently I started to do slip casting. It is so interesting to try new things. Hopefully I can show you something later.

6 comments:

shannon said...

hi Kenji!
I'm so happy you have a blog! I like the concept of koromogae. Do Japanese people have a special place or container where they keep their last season clothes?

Rebecca-the-Wrecker said...

Great blog!
your work is so fine and original.

Florence said...

I love your work, Kenji. Glad to see you've joined us Brisbane bloggers :)

xx

Kenji Uranishi said...

Hi everyone! Thank you for your comment!
Shannon! We normally just use a plastic container or plastic bag or wooden kimono box to put last season's clothes in. It's nothing special ha ha!

Paul said...

Yes lovely work. I came to you from Mels Blog. Greetings from Ireland

Kenji Uranishi said...

Hi Paul Thanks for the comment!!