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~ Aaron Scythe

Coloured Free Cup

~ 2018

~ Details

Catalogue VIV-1353
Status Sold
Title Coloured Free Cup
Year 2018
Artist Aaron Scythe - Profile
Medium Ceramics
Size 75 x 0 x 85 mm
Editions 1
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~ Works by Aaron Scythe

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VIV-1346

'5 coloured Yobitsugi Style Wall Plate' , 2019

Ceramics
100 x 100 x 30mm

SOLD
VIV-1347

'Yobitsugi Style Small Plate' , 2018

Ceramics
100 x 40 x 100mm

SOLD
VIV-1350

'Coloured Slim Cup' , 2018

Ceramics
55 x 90 x 55mm

SOLD
VIV-1353

'Coloured Free Cup' , 2018

Ceramics
75 x 0 x 85mm

SOLD
VIV-1356

'5 Coloured Bowl' , 2018

Ceramics
130 x 0 x 70mm

SOLD
VIV-1357

'Yobitsugi Style Mug' , 2018

Ceramics
110 x 80 x 110mm

SOLD
VIV-1358

'Yobitsugi Style Footed Mug' , 2018

Ceramics
230 x 0 x 80mm

SOLD
VIV-1359

'Yobitsugi Style Cup and Saucer cup' , 2018

Ceramics
80 x 0 x 120mm

VIV-1360

'Yobitsugi Style Tall Footed Bowl Dish' , 2018

Ceramics
180 x 0 x 70mm

VIV-1361

'Yobitsugi Style Bowl Dish' , 2018

Ceramics
250 x 0 x 70mm

VIV-1362

'Yobitsugi Style 3 Footed Bowl Dish' , 2018

Ceramics
230 x 0 x 80mm

VIV-1363

'5 coloured Yobitsugi Style Sake Bottle (Tall)' , 2018

Ceramics
190 x 0 x 100mm

SOLD
VIV-1364

'Yobitsugi Style Flower Vase' , 2018

Ceramics
180 x 0 x 100mm

VIV-1374

'Yobitsugi Style 5 Footed Teapot - Large' , 2018

Ceramics
360 x 0 x 200mm

VIV-1375

'Yobitsugi Style Vase' , 2018

Ceramics
300 x 370 x 300mm

VIV-1376

'Yobitsugi Style Vase - Large' , 2018

Ceramics
390 x 0 x 330mm

VIV-1377

'5 coloured Yobitsugi Style Vase (large)' , 2019

Ceramics
350 x 320 x 350mm

VIV-1590

'Meoto Iwa (wedded rocks)' , 2019

Porcelain and Stoneware Clays, Glazes, Enamel, Lacquer and Lustre. Linen and Rope.
660 x 470 x 240mm

VIV-2033

'5 coloured yobitsugi style water container' , 2019

Ceramic and glazes
210 x 220 x 210mm

VIV-2034

' 5 coloured yobitsugi style sake bottle gourd' , 2019

Ceramic and glazes
95 x 285 x 95mm

VIV-2035

'5 coloured yobitsugi style cup & saucer' , 2019

Ceramic and glazes
95 x 285 x 95mm

VIV-2037

'5 coloured yobitsugi style mug' , 2019

Ceramic and glazes
85 x 110 x 85mm

VIV-2039

'5 coloured yobitsugi style slim cup' , 2019

Ceramic and glazes
60 x 95 x 60mm

VIV-2040

'5 coloured yobitsugi style guinomi' , 2019

Ceramic and glazes
50 x 40 x 50mm

VIV-2041

'5 coloured yobitsugi style sake cup' , 2019

Ceramic and glazes
40 x 85 x 40mm

SOLD
VIV-2042

'5 coloured yobitsugi style free cup' , 2019

Ceramic and glazes
80 x 75 x 80mm

~ Aaron Scythe

Auckland, New Zealand, (b. 1971)

Aaron has enjoyed over ~ 60-major international solo shows to date ~ and his work is held in many significant collections

Born in Auckland, Aaron discovered Japanese pottery techniques for the first time while he was studying in Sydney. This fascination ultimately led him to build his own kiln to experiment and explore traditional shino glazes. Visiting Japan for the first time in 1995, Aaron studied under Koie Ryoiji at his Kamiyahagi studio, working the Mino style of pottery. Thus began a life-long love affair with Japanese culture, while never quite losing his kiwi ingenuity and quirkiness (if you look closely, you can spot Maori words and occasional birds and mountain motifs in his work.) Aaron has enjoyed over 60-major international solo shows to date, and his work is held in many significant collections.This show, Pop Pachimon, was created by hand in his Whanganui studio, entirely for The Vivian. It demonstrates the genius and passion of a young potter stretching the boundaries of his practice… in his own unique ‘hip-hop’ style. Get yourself something truly special, before it sells out!

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