Artists and Makers – Ceramics, Sculptural


Banner image by Roberto Lugo

Ceramics, Functional
Ceramics, Sculptural
Furniture
Glass
Jewelry
Leatherwork 
Metalwork
Mixed Media
Textiles, Fibers
Textiles, Wearable
Wood

Adam Ledford

My decorative arts display social status and reflect a culture’s priorities and values.

Carol Klein

Using porcelain slip and glass fiber textile to create large vessels and panels, I am modeling unusual fractured and sculptural surfaces

Cliff Lee Porcelain

Cliff Lee transforms Kaolin clay into vessels inspired by Chinese Song Dynasty porcelain while creating Chinese glazes long lost to history. 

Constance McBride

I create my work through a lens of empowerment to address contemporary issues faced by women.

Darla Jackson

Through anthropomorphism and symbolism, I can convey emotions and ideas.

Dellis Design

Dominique Ellis’ visual practice and research investigates global craft traditions, architecture and history.

James Makins

I attempt to use a complex set of references from the history of ceramics and to fuse them with contemporary issues.

Lawrence Spitz

As a ceramist, I strive to capture these qualities in large thin vessels made of white and black porcelain clay.

Liza Masalimova

Yelizaveta is an interdisciplinary artist and educator with a background in sculpting the figure.

Marianne Tebbens

I create my pieces with a variety of clays and processes that foster my creative energies.

Nick Lenker

My interest lies in the prevalence of isolation and disconnection in an increasingly connected world and the impact of loss of intimacy within that space.

PC Studio

This sculpture and ceramic-design studio owned by Patrick Coughlin is located in the heart of Fishtown.

Roberta Massuch

Influenced heavily by the architecture of her surroundings, ceramicist Roberta Massuch creates functional pottery and sculpture.

Roberto Lugo

Roberto Lugo is an American artist, ceramicist, social activist, spoken word poet, and educator.