Biographical Information: Kathy Boehme is a retired potter from Southern California that was prominent in the 1970’s and 80’s. During her pottery career she produced many expertly-made saikai and suibans for viewing stones in very wide and thin designs.
The last pot under the “examples of work” section starts with a crude clay box deeply incised vertically. Then a small hole is opened and a lit firecracker is dropped in and allowed to explode. The result blows the top open and expands the sides.
Location: Southern California
Examples of Work