Willy van Bussel
His cylinders and bowls are eggshell thin inviting the passage of light through their delicate structure. Their hard crispness belies their acquired fragility and invites the observer to question, almost disbelieve, the qualities of the material from which they are made; soft smooth pure porcelain carefully hand crafted on the potter’s wheel, passed through the fingers of the maker and rendered permanent with the heat of the kiln. These translucent objects capture and hold a beautiful luminescence that appears to be emanating from the very porcelain from which they are crafted.
Eddie Curtis, New Ceramics