Chaseki Mugai, A Ceramic Teahouse

By Meryl Ruth



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This beautiful and delicate teahouse was created from slab and press mold construction in stoneware clay. The piece was fired multiple times in an electric kiln after various underglazes, glazes and China paints were applied to give the finished work its rich colors. The tiny teapot was wheel-thrown from stoneware clay, fired in an electric kiln and glazed with a mother-of-pearl glaze finish. Then it was attached to the inner area of the teahouse.

Ceramic (Stoneware clay, glazes, China paints, lusters)

7 x 7 x 11.5 inches

About the artist

Meryl Ruth has gained international recognition for achievement of high-quality, intricate and imaginative ceramic and fiber art. Though most known for her ceramic and fiber teapots, she utilizes and combines a broad variety of techniques and media to create a vast array of two and three dimensional fine art. Her work has been displayed widely in museums, invitational and juried exhibitions, and gallery collections. They are sought after for purchase by focused collectors in the art world from Maine to such far away places as Hong Kong, England, Germany, and Australia. She has not only created an extensive personal oeuvre of ceramic and fiber art works, but has achieved academic stature as a teacher and mentor for novice and advanced artists. Meryl has a beautiful studio on a lake in southern Maine. Her work is on display on her website MoreRead Less
Media: Ceramic
Category: Home/Decor, Home/Kitchen

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