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Ron Hand (1945 - 2017)

1945 - 2017


Ron Hand's work reflects those intangible qualities that he feels are most important character, beauty and quietude. His elegant forms are largely influenced by traditional Japanese and Chinese pottery. While his glazes are based on Asian formulas, his clay is dug from swampy areas near where he lives. Hand received his MS in ceramics from the University of Tennessee. His work was included in the exhibition American Shino that traveled to museums in New York and Massachusetts in 2001 and 2002 respectively.

Ron Hand (1945 - 2017) - White Snow Bark Tokkuri with Black Spots, 2015 Ron Hand (1945 - 2017) - Black Shoe Shape Guinomi with Pine Branches, 2015 Ron Hand (1945 - 2017) - White Textured Shoe Shape Guinomi, 2015
Ron Hand (1945 - 2017) - Chawan "Turmoil", 2015 Ron Hand (1945 - 2017) - Kuro Oribe Tsutsu-jawan Ron Hand (1945 - 2017) - Blossoms and Fence Teabowl
Ron Hand (1945 - 2017) - Orchre and Black Chawan Ron Hand (1945 - 2017) - Runny Ash Sake cup and Tokkuri Ron Hand (1945 - 2017) - eShino Vase with Ears