Moon Jar No. 22, 2022
Using multiple firings and a variety of glazes, Jane Yang D’Haene captures the memory of Korean Moon Jars from the past, present and future with her use of texture & color. Round but not always the same shape, white but not always the same color, Moon Jars have fascinated connoisseurs and artists since the 17th century. Embodying the aesthetics of simplicity and elegance, Moon Jars have often been associated with an indigenous Korean identity.