This piece is a salt fired ceramic sculpture measuring approximately 2.25" x 4" x 7"
"His kitty died a year ago. He was so heartbroken. He didn't think he was ready, but he adopted 2 kittens and his life is full of joy now. But kittens have too much energy and they make Nobunaga feel very tired."
Kozy kitchens is a ceramist/illustrator based in Yamanashi, Japan. She moved to her home prefecture from Los Angeles to start homestead/ artists retreat.
Nobunaga is part of Kozy Kitchens' bunny primitives sculpture series. They are fired in wood-fired kilns in the mountains of the Japanese countryside. Kozy was influenced by ancient Jomon pottery that is found in the area of Japan she resides in.