Wood-fire Supporters Worldwide
Once, when I was going through a difficult time in my life, someone said to me,
'Everything must pass.. Nothing remains the same.' This was not just a disaster
for Japan, but for the whole world. We all lost something. I hope ganbare! kamataki
will be a source of strength for you by showing we are here to help you on your way.
Nancy Elizabeth Fuller (anagama potter in Aberdeenshire Scotland) facebook:
Nancy Fuller Anagama-fired Ceramics
The Supporters who donated items for our auction.
Doug Fitch [Wood-fire slipware potter in Devon, U.K.] website:
Joe Winter's work is donated from Charlie B Gallery of Vasefinder Museum in the USA.
We appreciate this truly kind-hearted response by Charles A Blim jr.
Charlie B Gallery Fernley, Nevada (USA) website:
Dameon Lynn [Potter in Norfolk, U.K.] website:
Susanne Lukacs-Ringel [Anagama potter in Germany] website:
David Voorhees [Wood-fire potter in North Carolina U.S.] website:
Armelle Leon [Potter in Locmaria-Belle-Ile, Bretagne, France] blog:
Kimberly Sheerin Medeiros [Potter in Pocasset, Massachusetts U.S.] website:
Hannah McAndrew [Wood-fire Slipware Potter in Castle Douglas, Scotland] website:
Pat Southwood [Wood-fire Potter in Salhouse, Norfolk, U.K.] website:
Patricia Shone [Wood-fire Raku Potter in Isle of Skye Scotland] website:
Mitch Iburg [Wood-fire Potter in Appomattox, Virginia U.S.] Website:
Phil Rogers [Potter in Rhayader, Wales U.K.] Website:
Jane Wheeler [Gas-fire Potter in Bale, Norfolk U.K.] Website:
Yo Thom [Potter works near Shaftesbury, Dorset U.K.] Website:
Paul Jessop [Potter in Barrington Court, Somerset U.K.] Website:
Hollis Engley [Wood-fire Potter in Appomattox, Virginia U.S.] Facebook:
Mâitre Bleu Potter [Wood-fire Potter in Franche-Comte, France] Facebook:
Honma Shinichi [Anagama Potter in Fujisawa, Iwate-ken Japan] Website:
I would like to support potters in lesser known small potteries in the Tohoku and
Kanto regions. I have been to Kasama and Mashiko many times. I have travelled to
the beautiful northern Japan in search of old pots. I just don't want to see these
kiln fire disappear. Ganbare! [Hang in there!] Wood-firers in Touhoku.
Gas Kimishima (anagama potter in Tring, Hertfordshire U.K.) website: