Hiroe Hanazono | Claudia Reese's Studio

I create pots that serve not only as a vehicle for the presentation of food but that also transcends visual pleasure and stimulates the appetite. The work I make is a pedestal for food. My intention is to reinforce the act of eating as a vital component of everyday life, to enrich appreciation of the food and to enhance the ambiance of one’s space-one’s home environment.

The work consists of simple line forms with muted colors. Its minimal aesthetic does not compete with one’s domestic surroundings.

Nicholas Bernard _ Patrick Coughlin _ Adam Field _ Hiroe Hanazono _ Heesoo Lee _ Ron Meyers _ Ryan McKerley _ Kip O'Krongly _ Melissa Mencini _ Lindsay Oesterritter _ Lisa Orr _ Doug Peltzman _ Claudia Reese _ Melissa Weiss

funded and supported in part by the City of Austin through the Cultural Arts Division and by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts and an award from the National Endowment for the Arts