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Last Chance: Discovering Handmade Tea Ceramics with Lauryn Axelrod
April 13, 2018 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Discovering Handmade Tea Ceramics
With Local Ceramic Artist, Lauryn Axelrod
5:30-6:30pm, Friday, April 13, 2018
This is the LAST CHANCE to meet Lauryn before she heads back up to Vermont.
Free admission. If you wish to stay for the Gong Fu Tea Service at 6:30pm, please contact us at 713-252-4473 to reserve your seat. Tickets to the Gong Fu Tea Service at $20 per person.
Join us at The Path of Tea for a special event celebrating handmade teaware. Focusing on woodfired ceramics, Japanese-trained, local ceramic artist, Lauryn Axelrod, will describe the traditional techniques, history, appreciation and use of ceramics used for Japanese Tea Ceremony and Gong Fu Tea Ceremony.
About Lauryn Axelrod
Based in Houston, TX and West Pawlet, Vermont, Lauryn Axelrod is an American woodfire ceramic artist in the Japanese tradition, whose award-winning teaware is collected nationally and internationally.
Her work has been featured in numerous national and international juried exhibitions, as well as in the wholesale collections of international teaware companies.
Lauryn also creates Asian-inspired Farm-to-Tableware, and recently developed a line of tableware for David Schlosser’s new Modern Kaiseki restaurant “Shibumi” in Los Angeles and Nick Kim’s “Shuko” in NYC.