The Joy of Sake

Joy of Sake: Dorothy's Noritake sakazuki limited edition

Dorothy will be at The Joy of Sake in San Francisco on Oct 23rd where Dorothy is showing her hand made porcelain sake cups.

The Joy of Sake is the biggest sake-tasting event in the United States, and this time people can do sake-tasting from the limited edition of Noritake Sakazuki Dorothy designed.

The Joy of Sake - San Francisco
Oct. 23, 2008 6PM-8:30PM
The Galleria Design Center
101 Henry Adam Street


Update: Workshop at Honolulu Academy of Art

Nerikomi and Zogan Colored Porcelain Clay Techniques Workshop with Dorothy Feibleman

Date: December 6, 7 and 8, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm daily
Tuition: $600 (Supply fee not included)
Limited to 15 participants
Registration deadline: November 15, 2008

In this intensive three-day workshop students will learn how to work with nerikomi and zogan inlaid laminated colored porcelain clay using a unique variety of coloring and fusing methods developed by the artist. Participants will learn how to mix colors, how to make gradations and how to make patterns. They will also complete a sake cup or tea bowl and learn finishing techniques.

Since, 1995 the London-based artist has worked with white clays with varied translucency and color and recently she developed new translucent white porcelains. She is currently working on a book about colored clay in contemporary Japanese ceramics and its influences from and to the West.

Feibleman regularly conducts workshops internationally and has been artist in residence in Jikken kobo, Inax, Tokoname, Seto Ceramic and Glass Center, Seto City, and Shigaraki Cultural Park, Shigaraki.

Her work is included in a number of public collections including Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Stuttgart Museum, Germany, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.


Intl Ceramic Festival Mino 08

Three of Dorothy's new work will be exhibited at International Ceramic Festival, Mino 08, Japan, and one of her "Feibleman Designs" got Silver prize.

You can see information on its website.

Gareth Harris collaborated with Dorothy Feibleman and made "TEA" for Feibleman Designs. It received a Silver prize in Design. In addition, it got "Public Favorite Award" as well as the silver.

Martin Baker collaborated with Dorothy Feibleman and made "Kanzashi" for Feibleman Designs.

Dorothy entered an installation she made of Petals and light to be hung from the ceiling, "this is a detail of the installation".

It'll be exhibited at Mino competition 2008 opening August 1st.

If you want more details, please go to:

Workshop at Honolulu Academy of Art

Dorothy will give a workshoop from December 6th to 13th, 2008 at the Honolulu Academy of Art. She will be teaching the first three days (6th to 8th) and the rest of the time (9th to 13th) is workshop time if participants want to continue working in the studio.

Dorothy will be available for any problems or advice about what the students are working on during the session. If participants want only to come to the first three days, that is up to them if they want more of a holiday.

The nearest hotel is the Pagoda Hotel on 1525 Rycroft St. You can get their info at www.pagodahotel.com. It is located near Ala Moana Shopping Centr in the heart of the Korean bar district.

We will inform more details when it comes up.


Hana Hou!

Hana Hou!, the magazine of Hawaiian Airlines, Februry/March Issue had an article of Dorothy's work.

Fujin Gahou

Fuji Gahou, December 2007 Issue had an article of Dorothy Feibleman's work.
Please check it out.