Mari Ogihara


Laimah (2015)

Laimah (2015)

Clay, Glaze, Acrylic Stand
10” x 11” x 17”

Tatana (2015)

Tatana (2015)

Clay, Glazes
24” X 7.5” X 9.5”

AH - The Beginning (2015)

AH - The Beginning (2015)

Clay, Glaze, Wood Stand, Paint
7.5” x 5.5” x 22”

UHN- The End (2015)

UHN- The End (2015)

Clay, Glaze, Wood Stand, Paint
7.5” x 5.5” x 20”

Wisteria Girl (2013)

Wisteria Girl (2013)

Stoneware Clay, House Paint, Glazes
31" x 15" x 7"
$1500

Higher (2013)

Higher (2013)

Stoneware Clay, Slips, Glazes
36" x 12" x 10"
$1500

Beam/Bishou (2014)

Beam/Bishou (2014)

Clay, Auto Paint, Steel Stand
10" x 12" x 28"
SOLD

Daysleeper (2014)

Daysleeper (2014)

Wood-fired Shigaraki Clay, Steel Stand
24" x 11" x 13"
$850

Futen-Wind God (2014)

Futen-Wind God (2014)

Wood-fired Shigaraki Clay, Steel Stand
18" x 9" x 12"
$650

Bosatsu Series

Bosatsu Series

Wood-fired Shigaraki Clay
7" x 5" x 15"
$450

Bosatsu Series

Bosatsu Series

Wood-fired Shigaraki Clay
7" x 5" x 15"
$450

Plank

Plank

Hand-built white stoneware with glazes
Purchased

Shard Napkin Rings

Shard Napkin Rings

Slip Cast Porcelain
Glazes, 6 green, 5 teal blue, 6 purple, 6 rose, 1 navy, 7 black, 35 total
$45 to $60

Cheshire Girl

Cheshire Girl

Hand-built white stoneware with glazes
$1,050

Leg Parade (Front View)

Leg Parade (Front View)

Press-molded stoneware, glazes, plastic stands
$1,250

Kneeling Ardor

Kneeling Ardor

Hand-Built White Stoneware, cone six glazes and air-brushed underglaze
10" x 14" x 8"

Bundle

Bundle

Hand-Built white stoneware with glazes
$900

Garosello - the Galloper

Garosello - the Galloper

Porcelain, glazes, lucite stand
26" x 18" x 10"

Champagne

Champagne

Porcelain, glaze, rub'n'buff, nail polish
25" x 9" x 5"

 

mari ogihara transform galleryMari Ogihara is a ceramic sculptor based in White Plains, New York. She was born in Japan but grew up in Michigan most of her life. After receiving a BFA from the University of Michigan in 2003, she went on to study in Kyoto, Japan to experience ceramics in her native country. Upon her return she attended Temple University of Philadelphia to receive her MFA in 2006. During her studies at Temple, Ogihara traveled to Southeast Asia and studied abroad to Gujarat, India. Traveling and experiencing new culture inspires her work. She admires the temples and cathedrals in each country, especially the figurative architectural follies that decorate their exterior. Ogihara has completed several ceramic residencies including a year at the Clay Art Center in Port Chester, New York, and at AIR Vallauris in France in summer 2008. Her work can be viewed in national and international exhibitions. Ogihara will travel to Brazil in summer 2011 to Instituto Sacatar where she has been awarded a fellowship to continue her ceramics research.

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