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His artwork is based on fire, which he considers a fierce, fast, transformative, destructive and creator element.


Raku is an ancient Japanese technique that has been used for many centuries to create a very unique finish to wares.


Dating back to the sixteenth century, it refers to when glazed ceramics are taken from the kiln while they are still glowing red hot and are then placed in a material that would be able to catch fire, such as sawdust or newspaper.


This technique is used to starve the piece of oxygen, which creates a myriad of colors within the glaze. The result is completely unique artwork, as there is never a certainty as to how the final piece will turn out. Raku creates a unique design every time.

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La Sala is currently in possession of several pieces by this artist. If you wish to take a closer look to the entire collection, please visit our main gallery. You'll be able to find our location and contact information on the About section of this web page.

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