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New ceramics instructor spins passion with pottery

Owner of Karaku Pottery in Bethel, Kara combines two of his passions — music and design — to create a variety of clay forms, ranging from drums and bells to wall sculptures and ceremonial teapots. “I love bringing sound with the visual,” said Kara

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New ceramics instructor spins passion with pottery - Wilton Bulletin

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Wilton Continuing Education will welcome a new ceramics instructor this month, and his name is Frank Kara. Owner of Karaku Pottery in Bethel, Kara combines two of his passions — music and design — to create a variety of clay forms, ranging from drums and bells to wall sculptures and ceremonial teapots. “I love bringing sound with the visual,” said Kara. “I enjoy blending my musical talents with making clay instruments. 21, Kara will teach Continuing Education’s eight-session Ceramics on the Wheel class, which will meet Monday evenings, from 7 to 9:30, at Wilton High School. “I think clay is the most resourceful medium because you can make anything. You can mold it, you can build with it, you can throw it on the wheel, and you can reuse it,” said Kara. “The medium is so unlimited with what you can do with it. ”. Kara said he “leans toward Asian-style pottery” and most of his creations are wheel-thrown, although he also enjoys hand-building. “One big thing that I’ve been working on are Japanese temple bells. People love them,” he said. “I also make these drums from Africa called Udu drums, which are how I got into making the pottery. Kara first tried ceramics in high school. Kara, who was also a percussionist drummer, decided to focus more on music and attended the Berklee College of Music in Boston. “I took a long break from the pottery to do music,” he said, “but I was at a concert one day watching a percussionist play an Udu clay pot and I thought, ‘I could make those. Kara began making Udu pots of his own and taking pottery classes at The Brookfield Craft Center with ceramic artist and author Kristin Muller. After honing his skill, Kara embarked on a life of pottery. Although he has never formally taught a ceramics class, Kara said he is excited to be Continuing Education’s new instructor. “People come to my studio and I give lessons here and there,” he said, “but I didn’t think about teaching until I got the call from Continuing Education. In Kara’s ceramics class, participants will create clay on wheels, gain the necessary skills to put their ideas into motion and work at many levels — from basic wedging to making lidded forms. “I’ll have them doing wheel-throwing and basic to intermediate ceramics,” said Kara. There $215 fee for non-residents with a $15 discount for Wilton residents, as well as an $85 materials and firing fee. Kara said he is looking forward to sharing his passion with others. “Clay is my expression and it’s great to see people get what that expression is. ”. Click here for more information or to register for Kara’s Continuing Education ceramics class.

Japanese Cast Iron Pot Tea Set Black w/ Trivet (60 oz 1800KL)

Japanese Cast Iron Pot Tea Set Black w/ Trivet (60 oz 1800KL)

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Price: $67.99

he heavy cast iron teapot can enhance tea taste and retain heat better. There is an enamel coated interior for preventing rust and making it easy to clean. Comes with a removable stainless steel mesh infuser for steeping loose leaf teas. Can be used over a flame, glass or electric burner to heat water. Package includes one 60 oz teapot, one trivet and four 2 oz cups.


6 piece Japanese Cast Iron Pot Tea Set Black w/ Trivet (40 oz)

6 piece Japanese Cast Iron Pot Tea Set Black w/ Trivet (40 oz)

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Price: $31.99

The heavy cast iron teapot can enhance tea taste and retain heat better. There is an enamel coated interior for preventing rust and making it easy to clean. Comes with a removable stainless steel mesh infuser for steeping loose leaf teas. Can be used over a flame, glass or electric burner to heat water. Package includes one 40 oz teapot, one trivet & four 2 oz cups.


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“It had hundreds of visitors a day in London who were tourists, so it should draw lots of visitors down here especially Japanese, Chinese and others ... including the Bramah Teapot – the world’s largest teapot that weighs about 150lb.

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09/13/15, via wiltonbulletin.com

Owner of Karaku Pottery in Bethel, Kara combines two of his passions — music and design — to create a variety of clay forms, ranging from drums and bells to wall sculptures and ceremonial teapots ... been working on are Japanese temple bells.

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09/11/15, via Philadelphia Daily News

He had an illustrious legal career, first coming to prominence by prosecuting the so-called Teapot Dome Scandal ... a case testing the administration's policy of holding Japanese Americans in internment camps while U.S. forces fought Japan in the Pacific.

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Japanese Porcelain Teapot Small blue and white porcelain teapot with a dragon and wooden bamboo handle. This three toed dragon is shown flying among clouds as it chases a flaming pearl. More info: www.silkroadcollection.com/vb9047x-japanese-porcelain-tea...

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vb9045x-chinese-yixing-teapot

Vintage Chinese Glazed Teapot made from Yixing Zisha Clay Glazed Chinese Yixing porcelain teapot with traditional iconography showing scenes of nature. It is made using Zisha clay from Yixing in Jiangsu Province, China. This special "purple sand" clay has been used since the Song Dynasty (960-1279) - it is considered the best clay for teapots. The inside is unglazed, as is expected with Yixing teapots, so that with use, the tea will infuse into the body of the teapot and, over time, enhance the flavor of the tea. Includes presentation box and certificate of authentication from previous seller in China. Maker's mark on the bottom. No cracks or chips, but some intentional firing irregularities in the glaze. MORE INFO: www.silkroadcollection.com/vb9045x-chinese-yixing-teapot....

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