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  1. Ikebana

    Used in the Japanese art of flower arranging, Ikebana form the basis of the arranger's art, I think of them as a collaboration with flowers and vines. Any time I create an Ikebana I think of my cousin who has inspired me to fall in love with and make more of these unique vases. Plenty of openwork to attach vines as well as fully, water-tight compartments.
  2. Floating Ikebana

    Used in the Japanese art of flower arranging, Ikebana form the basis of the arranger's art, I think of them as a collaboration with flowers and vines. Any time I create an Ikebana I think of my cousin who has inspired me to fall in love with and make more of these unique vases. Made of mid-range stoneware clay and glazed in muted verdigris with a matte finish, Floating Ikebana stands 41/2" high, 4 1/2 " wide and 8 1/2" in length. Plenty of openwork to attach vines as well as fully, water-tight compartments.

    © &copy MaryJane Findley 8/2011

  3. Margaret Wozniak, whose beautiful work is shown in the Lark Book "500 Vases". Why? She has such a subtle process where she puts love into the clay she touches. This way of working has taught me much in the years I was her student. Working slowly to develop a work of art in clay has inspired my work. Plus, I'm now in Asheville, NC and she, New York. <3 MJ
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