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Hitomi Shibata

Hitomi Shibata

While living in her native country of Japan, Shibata studied ceramics in Okayama and Shigakari. She came to the United States to study American pottery in 2001 and now lives in Seagrove, North Carolina with her husband, with whom she shares a studio.

Wood firing is an important element to her ceramic practice.

"It’s really important for me to use materials from nature. Wood firing is also an important process to complete my works and it gives a sustainable energy and brings life into my works.”

  • $2,200
    Hitomi Shibata

    Evergreen

    This pot has a beautiful surface coloration created by the wood firing process it underwent. It is made of local stoneware clay and measures 10 x 2...

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  • $2,000
    Hitomi Shibata

    Unfolding bud

    This pot has a beautiful surface coloration created by the wood firing process it underwent. It is made of local stoneware clay and measures 10 x 2...

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  • $1,400
    Hitomi Shibata

    Migration

    This pot has a beautiful surface coloration created by the wood firing process it underwent. It is made of local stoneware clay and measures 21.5 x...

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  • $2,200
    Hitomi Shibata

    Sunset Sky

    This pot has a beautiful surface coloration created by the wood firing process it underwent. It is made of local stoneware clay and measures 16 x 1...

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  • $2,400
    Hitomi Shibata

    Dusk

    This pot has a beautiful surface coloration created by the wood firing process it underwent. It is made of local stoneware clay and measures 21 x 1...

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