• Kate Malone (handbuilds incredible things in her studio near London)
  • Phil Rogers (a potter greatly influenced by Shoji Hamada and working in Rhayader, Wales)
  • Hsin-Cheun Lin (originally from Taiwan and now in Fremont, CA...throws porcelain)
  • Dan Unsworth (a potter focused on production for his family's shop in Ingleton, UK)
  • Bill Powell (a production potter in Queensland, Australia with a 40+ year career)
  • Bernard Leach* (the British "father" of the revival of studio pottery from St. Ives, UK)
  • Shoji Hamada* (the Japanese "father" of the revival of studio pottery from Mashiko, Japan)

A very good large bowl by Hamada, classic form, glaze and decoration. Signed kabako by Shinsaku Hamada confirming that this bowl is by his father Shoji Hamada. The inscription reads "Shoji Hamada made".
Shoji Hamada (Japanese, 1994-1978), A Tea Pot
Stoneware, mottled persimmon and iron glazes with cream wax relief stem leaf design around the body, with looping handle over the lid
Stoneware bottle
Made by Hamada Shoji (1894-1978)
Japan, Mashiko
About 1931
Stoneware, with off-white glaze
Large plate with typical Hamada ladle-poured glaze over, probably, a rice-husk glazed called "nuka".  Pouring glazes using a ladle was one of Hamada's favorite ways of obtaining spontaneous decoration.
A square, press molded vase with Hamada's typical sugarcane design.
Hamada, Bernard Leach and Soetsu Yanagi (a philosopher who adopted many of the thoughts of William Morris in his development of the ideas of the "mingei" or folk craft movement in Japan).  Picture taken in the United States, probably Hawaii, in 1952.  Hamada is trimming the foot of a vase.
*both are now gone but their influence lives on in thousands of potters all over the world.