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 Record Number: 35 Posted: September 2, 2011, 1:56 pm 
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 Record Number: 30 Posted: January 25, 2011, 10:31 pm 
Name: James Buckler
Found: From using a search engine.
Location: Clarksville, TN, United States

I am currently studying ceramics at Austin Peay State University under Ken Shipley. I was just browsing pictures on the internet when I stumbled upon your site. I am absolutely enthralled with your work. I love your style, use of color and form, as well as the positive, calming energy with which each piece seems to be imbued. You are an inspired artist, and you have further inspired me.

Thank you,
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 Record Number: 29 Posted: September 17, 2010, 4:01 pm 
Name: Jonatha Wright
Found: From googling Richard Milgram, potter
Location: Yellow Springs, Ohio
Richard, Thank you for the latest postcard announcing your upcoming show at Pucker Gallery in Boston! I truly love where your wonderful tea ceremony pottery has evolved! How we would enjoy seeing all your work at the gallery. It probably will not happen. But please know that our thoughts will be with you! Our best to Mari and Tobi.


 Record Number: 28 Posted: May 21, 2009, 7:34 am 
Name: Pamela Whitlock
Found: From using a search engine.
Location: Asheville,NC
Hi Richard,
I love your work! Glad to see you are doing so well. I'm still weaving, these days in bamboo fiber.My kids are grown and on their own and I'm a grandma!My husband Richard Davidson and I are trying to move to a beautiful piece of property we own in western Wyoming.Wishing someone would hurry up and buy our home.Do you know the clay artist Michael Sherrill? He and his wife are our best friends here in western NC.
Pamela Whitlock (at Antioch I was Pamela Held)

 Record Number: 27 Posted: March 16, 2009, 6:53 pm 
Name: Jay Wiese
Found: From using a search engine.
Location: Gainesville, Florida, United States
Hi, just had the pleasure of drinking tea prepared by Shozo Sato (Sensho Zakuan) in one of your chawan- nothing like actually using a piece to appreciate its qualities!


 Record Number: 26 Posted: January 11, 2009, 12:44 am 
Name: David Goldsmith
Found: From using a search engine.
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Hey Old Friend--My oldest son, Jesse, who was born within days of your daughter (if my memory is right) just began a semester in Tokyo! So I've been thinking of you, and stumbled on your website while I was entering cyberspace about Tokyo and Kyoto! I'm a prisoner of Pittsburgh, but would love to hear your voice. My email is above, I can be reached at 412-720-6509, and I just signed up for Skype--My Skype name is david.goldsmith7. I hope you're well.


 Record Number: 25 Posted: November 15, 2008, 5:06 am 
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Location: india
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 Record Number: 24 Posted: October 24, 2008, 2:15 am 
Name: Webmaestro
Found: From Link at Another Site.
Location: Adelaide,S.Australia
G'day from sunny Adelaide, South Australia!!! :)

 Record Number: 23 Posted: September 9, 2008, 6:39 pm 
Name: Robertino Ragazza
Found: From using a search engine.
Location: San Jose, CA 95127 USA
Hi Richard,

I came upon your website just by searching for chawan tea bowls. You have wonderful gorgeous pieces. I love ceramics, specially Japanese. First, I would like to know how to get a hold or buy some of your pieces. Are the pieces in your website for sale? Please let me know.

Also, I kow that you will be at the S.F. Asian Arts Museum, will you be selling any of your pieces there?

Can't wait and till then,

Robertino Ragazza
1033 Adobe Creek Court
San Jose, CA 95127
(408) 666-2560

 Record Number: 22 Posted: September 4, 2008, 3:34 pm 
Name: cory Lum
Found: From Link at Another Site.
Location: Honolulu, Hawaii
beautiful chadogu !

aloha !
hey, if i'm in japan can i visit your studio ?


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 Record Number: 21 Posted: June 30, 2008, 12:03 am 
Name: Karen
Found: From using a search engine.
Location: Derry, New Hampshire
The website is wonderful and the flash slideshow exquisite! Your pieces are beautiful and demonstrate your experience and continuous study throughout the years. I remember some of the beatuiful pieces you created while studying at Antioch College and so delighted that you respected your passion and talent to pursue this career. Hope to visit a gallery one day to have the pleasure of viewing these increbile works of art.

 Record Number: 20 Posted: June 9, 2008, 3:19 am 
Name: Esther Tsoi
Found: From using a search engine.
Location: Kyoto, Japan
Hi Richard,

I teach architecture at Seika University and I believe that I saw you once briefly at Nomura Museum near Nanzenji... I have been liking your work but had kept missing you in NY, SF and now Kyoto. After learning chado in Boston and SF, I've just begun practice at Urasenke ICI and will be making Raku-chawan on June 28 at Katsura-gama. Your teabowls will be my inspiration! Thank you. Hope I'll see you one day!


 Record Number: 19 Posted: May 3, 2008, 4:29 pm 
Name: Don Studebaker
Found: From Link at Another Site.
Location: Cobb, CAlifornia
I have been hearing about you for a long time, missed you at San Francisco, and just found the link on Matcha and More. Your work is certainly beautiful, though to judge by the prices I have seen on the net, probably beyond my means in this lifetime. (There is always the lottery.) Still, I can dream.

I've been studying since about 1972, and have finally opened my tea house: though it is far from finished, it is finally functional, after 21 years of slow construction.

Good to finally get to look at your beautiful work!

 Record Number: 18 Posted: February 12, 2008, 8:52 am 
Name: Jonatha and Harold Wright
Found: From using a search engine.
Location: Yellow Springs, Ohio
Hi Richard, We are in Columbus, talking about Antioch students, and told your story "Antioch to Tea Pottery Success." Then with some work found your website. There is a CEO Richard Milgram who kept popping up. Now we know to go to
DO hope all is well. We continue to thoroughly enjoy the catelogs that you send. Would love to see you and Mari and Tobi , certainly to hear what you are now doing. We saw the list of 2007 show, is 2008 up yet that we missed?
Harold goes to many Antioch meetings. The last two look promising for the college and its intedendence. The last meeting was about the future of Antiochiana.
We are here for Harold to present a program on Japanese Poetry for the 7th graders of the Columbus Academy. However, it is a snow day, maybe tomorrow, or by video.
Meanwhile we are at his cousins in Blacklick, all cozy in their lovely home.
We have a new book: Spine TIngling Tales of Old Japan. You can view it by clicking on Lulu on the home page of our website
Hope this finds you all well and in a good place.

Fondly, Jonatha and Harold

 Record Number: 17 Posted: January 24, 2008, 8:38 pm 
Name: long
Found: yes
Location: usa
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 Record Number: 16 Posted: October 16, 2007, 10:25 am 
Name: Ed Fladung
Found: From using a search engine.
Location: Shady, NY/Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Your work is exquisite! It exhibits the finest essence of what I love in fine Japanese ceramics. Great Wabi-Sabi.

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