Project Ceramics

Yasko Ozeki is a Japanese potter working in Seto, Japan. She makes tableware and vessels in a muted color palette  She often utilizes an inlay technique to decorate the pieces, which is done by carving out a design when the clay is leather hard then inserting a contrasting clay in the design. Once it has dried the excess is stripped away to reveal the pattern.

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