Details: Paperback. 11 pages. 1994.
“A color photograph in a recent issue of American Craft magazine pictures three of master potter Toshiko Takaezu’s spherical forms placed like stepping stones in the water at the edge of a pond. It is their reflection, half hidden as the waters depth rises to their centers, always ephemeral, compromised by wind or movement, that visually completes the spheres.” – Excerpt from introductory essay by Patricia Degener
Size: 11 x 8.5 inches