Artists and Makers – Ceramics, Sculptural
Cliff Lee Porcelain
Cliff Lee transforms Kaolin clay into vessels inspired by Chinese Song Dynasty porcelain while creating Chinese glazes long lost to history.
Jolie Ngo is a ceramic artist who expands the potential of the vessel form by creating vibrant, “cyborgian” objects that acknowledge past ceramic traditions while advancing forward-thinking practices.
As a ceramist, I strive to capture these qualities in large thin vessels made of white and black porcelain clay.
Yelizaveta is an interdisciplinary artist and educator with a background in sculpting the figure.
I create my pieces with a variety of clays and processes that foster my creative energies.
Peter Olson is a Philadelphia-based photographer and a self taught ceramicist who makes pieces using an innovative hybrid process.
This sculpture and ceramic-design studio owned by Patrick Coughlin is located in the heart of Fishtown.