This small exhibit featured many works by the artist including lamps wired and created by the artist with Batik method dyed lamp shades accenting their beauty and giving them true functionality that remains intact to this day. The exhibit also included some of Jacoff's rather large presentation style bowls, Green Tea Bowls, salt fired sake bottles and a piece inspired as a duplication of the Claret Jug, prized trophy of the Major Golf Tournament the British Open.
Andrew holds this set of bottles very dear to this day despite the fact that all but one bottle now belong to private collections. The eclectic set contains four drastically divergent personalities known (from left to right) as "Warped" "Smooth" "Ghostly" and "Picasso" last: named for the artist's little known career in ceramics and an attempt at duplication of his surprising two dimensional surface aesthetic. However Picasso did not use the potter's wheel.
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