Me & Raimondi of Slovenia - First rate bonsai ceramists!
The EBPC is proud to announce new members to the Collective; Me and Raimondi. You can find out all about them in their EBPC POTTER PROFILE, which also shows examples of some of their fantastic work.
A video showing Me & Raimondi branch pots under construction...
We are very proud & excited to welcome a wonderful new member to the EBPC - Guerao.
An superb European bonsai potter, passionate about classical Japanese design and form, and experienced & knowledgeable with trees too.
Read the EBPC 'Potter Profile' for this wonderful artist here.
.. A selection of his works are available to buy in the EBPC online store here.
The EBPC continues to bring you the very best in bonsai ceramics...
Makisada! - A few incredible pieces in store now!
Please join me in welcoming fantastic French potters: 'TERRE EN VADROUILLE' to the EBPC!
They traded last weekend at Arco in Italy, and this weekend will be at Expo de bonsai region sud - Donzac!
Read all about them in their EBPC potter profile and examples of their work here.
The EBPC will be releasing some of their pots for sale TOMORROW (Thursday 10th May) - around 4pm GMT!! And there are some superb mame and shohin stunners in there, including some beautiful painted pieces.
We are very excited to welcome a wonderful potter from France; Sabine Besnard!
Sabine creates a diverse range of stunning ceramics for bonsai, shitakusa and Ikeabana.
If you are not aware of her work -
Check out Sabine's 'potter profile' here - and her pots in the EBPC webstore !
Having seen his work, we really are very excited to be able to offer you pots from one of Europe's promising new bonsai potters, Mira! His work will be available for sale in the EBPC shop (link above) from Thursday 6th September.
You can read his 'Potter Profile' and see some of his work here.
EBPC welcomes new potter - Carina Jern
The EBPC are very excited and proud to welcome a new potter; Carina Jern of Sweden!
Carina is an experienced ceramist with a passion for Japanese ceramics. She produces magnificent pieces for; Ikebana (Japanese flower arranging), Kokedama (moss ball display), Kusamono (1 or a few plants displayed alone), Shitakusa (accent plant to a bonsai), and also containers for bonsai trees.
- To see Carina's 'potter profile' and a showcase of her works, please click here.
- Some new pots made by Carina will be available FOR SALE in the EBPC shop.
More incredible potters join the EBPC
All of the above potters produce very well made pieces of distinction with passion. The EBPC is proud to welcome these superb potters into the Collective, and we look forward to bringing you more of their work in the future.
Articles are written by Alex Rudd unless otherwise stated.