Throwing Cups, Takeshi Yasuda

Throwing Cups, Takeshi Yasuda
August 30, 2017 72 Hands

Takeshi Yasuda is a Japanese potter who was born in TokyoJapan in 1943. Yasuda trained at the Daisei-Gama Pottery in Mashiko from 1963 to 1966 and established his first studio there.[1] His early work consisted of ash-glazed stoneware, after which he explored sancai and creamware. Most recently Yasuda has been working with celadon-glazed porcelain.

Yasuda settled in Britain in 1973. He has taught at various art schools and universities across the United Kingdom and was Professor of Applied Arts at the University of Ulster.[2] From 2005 until 2010, Yasuda served as Director of the Pottery Workshop in Jingdezhen, China, and then established his own studio in the Jingdezhen Sculpture Factory.

In September 2014 he was awarded an Honorary Degree from Bath Spa University.[3]