"Camel Family" - wild fired ceramic sculpture by Hiroki Miura.
This piece was fired using a “wild burning” technique, where the work is baked outdoors for about half a day using rice husks, straw and wood as fuel. Colouring is done by decorating with pigments, minerals and soil before firing.
Each figure comes packed in a sweet, hand made box, with an illustration of the work hand drawn on the front by Hiroki.
Nb. this is a hand made piece and measurements are approximate.
Wild fired ceramic.
Handmade in Japan.
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Hiroki Miura is a Japanese artist based in Saga on the island of Kyushu in southern Japan. His playful and inventive approach gives rise to work that is colourful, magical and often surreal - like children’s paintings of fantastical creatures made into three dimensional forms.
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