Cho Hak

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About me

Gender MALE
Industry Arts
Occupation Potter
Location Michigan / Korea
Introduction I am a Korean American potter and retired professor. I worked principally with Kenneth Beittel, Hamada Shoji, Manji Inouie and worked in Icheon, Korea. I’ve been a potter for many years and fire mostly in gas and wood. Occasionally, I fire anagama with Ken Shenstone. Mary, my wife joins me in this work and we can be found at Morning Earth Pottery.
Interests Pottery, Korea, Korean arts, Korean culture, Korean pottery, Tea, Tea ware, tea bowls, wood firing, anagama, kiln building, Hamada Shoji, green tea, chassabal, chawan, tea ceremony, onggi, celadon, buncheong, porcelain, YiXing, Photography, Korean food, Asia, Zen, Seon, Spirituality, Christianity, designing pottery tools
Favorite Movies Casablanca
Favorite Music Classical, blues, folk, jazz and traditional Korean music particularly drum, flute, and gayageum
Favorite Books The Unknown Craftsman The World of Korean Ceramics