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Shanghai is my new home. It's fascinating. China is on the move!
Seoul is a great city ringed by mountains in a country that is 80% mountains.Thanks to the Royal Asiatic Society and the Seoul International Hiking Club I spent some quality time with fellow hikers getting to know them. The SIH Club is a group of Koreans and Ex Pats who get together Saturdays for an afternoon hike followed by a restaurant meal. Pukhansan was my first hike. I took along a small camera and put together this video. The Club organized an overnight fall trip to Kumgangsan in North Korea.
I spent a lot of time in art school looking at images of Koryu dynasty inlaid celadon pottery, a tradition which is alive and well among contemporary potters. The rural areas still use wood fired anagama kilns. Master potters are reinterpreting the old designs, usually on traditional forms. Young urban potters still draw from the inlaid slip technique, but more loosely.
Art & Teaching
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Artwork by my students at Shanghai Community International Sch0ol can be seen at this website.
Click here to view the Ocean Mural, by students of the Alexander Dawson School, Las Vegas. The process used for this ceramic mural involved sculpting clay in relief and cutting the squares after the sculpting was completed. Kit Camp assisted me in this project sponsored by the Nevada Arts Council. The Banana Bench is another large scale project produced by students in a Public Art Class at the Alexander Dawson School.