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This organically shaped ceramic sculpture was handmade by Award-Winning Japanese Pottery Artist Takeshi Maruyama. The dark, matte finish was achieved using the intricate Japanese 'Kokuto' technique, whereby select coconut leaves are burned inside the kiln among the works to create black smoke, rich in carbon, which soaks into the texture of the clay. Pottery, Texture, Smoke, Ceramics, Sculptures, Clay, Coconut Leaves, Leaves, Japanese
Cosmos 3
This organically shaped ceramic sculpture was handmade by Award-Winning Japanese Pottery Artist Takeshi Maruyama. The dark, matte finish was achieved using the intricate Japanese 'Kokuto' technique, whereby select coconut leaves are burned inside the kiln among the works to create black smoke, rich in carbon, which soaks into the texture of the clay.
This organically shaped ceramic sculpture was handmade by Award-Winning Japanese Pottery Artist Takeshi Maruyama. The dark, matte finish was achieved using the intricate Japanese 'Kokuto' technique, whereby select coconut leaves are burned inside the kiln among the works to create black smoke, rich in carbon, which soaks into the texture of the clay. Intricate
Cosmos 2
This organically shaped ceramic sculpture was handmade by Award-Winning Japanese Pottery Artist Takeshi Maruyama. The dark, matte finish was achieved using the intricate Japanese 'Kokuto' technique, whereby select coconut leaves are burned inside the kiln among the works to create black smoke, rich in carbon, which soaks into the texture of the clay.
This organically shaped ceramic sculpture was handmade by Award-Winning Japanese Pottery Artist Takeshi Maruyama. The dark, matte finish was achieved using the intricate Japanese 'Kokuto' technique, whereby select coconut leaves are burned inside the kiln among the works to create black smoke, rich in carbon, which soaks into the texture of the clay.
Cosmos 1
This organically shaped ceramic sculpture was handmade by Award-Winning Japanese Pottery Artist Takeshi Maruyama. The dark, matte finish was achieved using the intricate Japanese 'Kokuto' technique, whereby select coconut leaves are burned inside the kiln among the works to create black smoke, rich in carbon, which soaks into the texture of the clay.
This large, organically shaped ceramic sculpture was handmade by Award-Winning Japanese Pottery Artist Takeshi Maruyama. The dark, matte finish was achieved using the intricate Japanese 'Kokuto' technique, whereby select coconut leaves are burned inside the kiln among the works to create black smoke, rich in carbon, which soaks into the texture of the clay. Pots
Universe
This large, organically shaped ceramic sculpture was handmade by Award-Winning Japanese Pottery Artist Takeshi Maruyama. The dark, matte finish was achieved using the intricate Japanese 'Kokuto' technique, whereby select coconut leaves are burned inside the kiln among the works to create black smoke, rich in carbon, which soaks into the texture of the clay.
This large, organically shaped, untitled ceramic sculpture was handmade by Award-Winning Japanese Pottery Artist Takeshi Maruyama. The dark, matte finish was achieved using the intricate Japanese 'Kokuto' technique, whereby select coconut leaves are burned inside the kiln among the works to create black smoke, rich in carbon, which soaks into the texture of the clay. Decorative Bowls, Untitled
Untitled 2
This large, organically shaped, untitled ceramic sculpture was handmade by Award-Winning Japanese Pottery Artist Takeshi Maruyama. The dark, matte finish was achieved using the intricate Japanese 'Kokuto' technique, whereby select coconut leaves are burned inside the kiln among the works to create black smoke, rich in carbon, which soaks into the texture of the clay.
This large, organically shaped, untitled ceramic sculpture was handmade by Award-Winning Japanese Pottery Artist Takeshi Maruyama. The dark, matte finish was achieved using the intricate Japanese 'Kokuto' technique, whereby select coconut leaves are burned inside the kiln among the works to create black smoke, rich in carbon, which soaks into the texture of the clay.
Untitled 1
This large, organically shaped, untitled ceramic sculpture was handmade by Award-Winning Japanese Pottery Artist Takeshi Maruyama. The dark, matte finish was achieved using the intricate Japanese 'Kokuto' technique, whereby select coconut leaves are burned inside the kiln among the works to create black smoke, rich in carbon, which soaks into the texture of the clay.