TerraKi Teaware was founded in 2003 as a way to bring several interesting ideas together. Fine art pottery, Asian art, and a healthy life-style are the basis of TerraKi Teaware. "Terra" means "earth", and "Ki" is the Japanese word for "energy".
Laura Kolinski-Schultz produces original artworks in clay, with an emphasis on functionality and style. Each unique piece is created from start to finish by the artist. The teapots included on the "Teaware" page are an overview of my work and new pieces will be added as they are made.
Ox and Rabbit Teapot, 2004. Created for Master David Schenk
For Spring 2015 Events See related pages (Classes and Events,
Tea Ceremony and T'ai Chi).
The Canton Ceramic Artists May Show and Sale at The Canton Museum of Art. Friday, May 1st, 4:00 - 8:00 pm and Saturday, May 2nd, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm. Free admission and delicious refreshments. On Friday night, Rock, Salt and Nails will provide live music in the Museum lobby.
We will have several soup bowls for sale, too, as part of the Empty Bowls Against Hunger project. Each Guild member will make and donate 8 bowls. The minimum donation per bowl is $15. The proceeds from the sale of the bowls will go to the Stark County Hunger Task Force.
The show is in the Wilkof Courtyard inside the
Canton Museum of Art
1001 Market Ave. N, Canton, OH 44702.
Call (330) 453-7666 or go to www.cantonart.org
for more information.
Laura accepts commissions, including creations that feature your logo - perfect for corporate gifts and fund-raising programs. Commissions are not limited to teaware.