Archives: Artists

Ruth Ju-shih Li

Ruth Ju-shih Li is a Taiwanese-Australian artist whose works draw on her myriad of cultural and spiritual heritage. Her ephemeral practice presents actions of personal reflection, giving form to Li’s deeply personal meditations through fine porcelain and intricate raw clay installations. Her work is a celebration of renewal, natural cycles of life and the gradual …

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Shiyuan Xu

Shiyuan Xu was born in Hangzhou, P.R China, currently travels between US and China. Shiyuan received her BA in Ceramics from China Academy of Art in 2012, and an MFA from Arizona State University in 2016. Shiyuan is the recipient of 2021 NCECA Emerging Artist and 2017 Ceramics Monthly Emerging Artist. She has been awarded …

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Josh Copus

Clay is a material accepting of impression. It is a record of every process, from its geological formation in the earth to its eventual transformation in the fire. My work with ceramics begins with the clay. By using local materials dug from the river bottoms and mountainsides of western North Carolina, my work gains a …

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Tim See

Tim See is from Central New York. He teaches thousands of people daily the craft of clay through live streams, videos and answering endless questions. These experiences help to mold Tim’s path of service to the clay community. He mentors individuals and groups so they too can find a way to self-expression and make the …

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Keith Brymer Jones

Keith Brymer Jones is a renowned British ceramicist and television personality. With a passion for pottery that spans decades, he has become a household name as a judge on “The Great Pottery Throw Down.” Keith’s exceptional craftsmanship and infectious enthusiasm for clay have inspired countless aspiring potters worldwide. His artistry, love for the arts and …

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Jack Doherty

Jack Doherty was born in Northern Ireland, and currently works from his studio in Cornwall. While working as an independent artist, he has been involved with contemporary ceramics on many levels. He was Chair of the Craft Potters Association, founder and chair of Ceramic Art London, guest editor of Ceramic Review magazine and a visiting …

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