Beit Aharon Cahana Gallery 2002
Jacaranda Kori's early works were striking in their size, details, and hues.
Rather than attempting to draw a link with that past, she seeks in the current exhibition to make a different kind of statement by displaying what might be called an artistic mosaic.
More vessels. By their rediscovery as works of art, these pieces, while a continuation of the artist's earlier approach,acquire a different aspect,another direction in which she takes the same tradition.
This is prominent both in their dimensions and in their coherent embellishment, a seemingly free weave in the clay that reveals outstanding skill.
The vessels become objects which pose a challenge for dealing with form, pot, size, and glazing.
The exhibition displays a series of different and contrasting vessels.