The Ichol Art center is an amalgamation of art, aesthetics and functionality. It has been astutely devised from scrap and recycled material in an artistic way. It comprises a bronze casting foundry, an open air sculpture park, stone & wood carving work shop, painters' studio, clay modeling room and art cafe.Lee will work with 7 other ceramic artists from India and nearby to create new works.Find out more »
A second piece of Lee's new series, Winter Ridge, was selected for the new international ceramic art competition for 2017, Off Center. Well known ceramic artists, Sandra Simon and Robert Brady, were the judges.Find out more »
All three of Lee's works have been selected for the exhibition, Purposeful Pottery. This show will include ceramic work that is not only beautiful, but functional. Whether it’s a bowl, vase, tray, or teapot, work included in Purposeful Pottery must serve a purpose. Lee's works included are: Teadust Spiral Carved Vase, Desert Pine Covered Jar and Jade Abora Vase (pictured).Find out more »
Lee's Winter Ridge Vase has been accepted in the 28th annual California Clay Competition at The Artery in Davis, California. This is the eighth time his work has been selected for the annual exhibition. The Artery, 207 G Street, Davis, CA. The 28th Annual California Clay Competition is sponsored by The Artery and held in conjunction with the California Conference for the Advancement of Ceramic Art.Find out more »
This year my Spring Open Studio will take place later than usual. Since I will be traveling and working in India, Bhutan, and China from March through May, the studio is open throughout June by appointment to view my work. Celebrating influences from India and China, I will feature my “Stone Globe Vase” series (pictured). At Lee's Studio, 16 Coalmine View in Portola Valley See map under CONTACT LEE or by appointment, please call (650) 851-0535Find out more »
Sponsored by the City of Brea and the Association of Clay & Glass Artists of California, this juried show includes selected works from United States artists and international artists. The juror is Suzanne Isken, the Executive Director of the Crafty and Folk Art Museum in Los Angeles.Find out more »
Two of my pieces have been accepted in this year's INK & CLAY 43 Exhibition. The exhibition will be held at the Kellogg University Art Gallery at Cal Poly Pomona. The ceramic juror was Jane Takayama-Ogawa, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA. Since 2008, I have participated in 8 exhibitions there. “Winter Ridge” is a decorative functional vase, while “Cosmic Eggs” is a slip-cast sculpture (shown here). The exhibition dates are September 17 to October…Find out more »
Workshop in Chengcheng, China, home of Yaotou kiln ceramics.
This workshop will explore the local culture and industry related to Yaotou black porcelain. Art creation and firing, ceramic forum and touring will take place.
10 foreign artists and 10 Chinese artists will work together.Find out more »
I have been invited to exhibit several of his celadon pieces at the International Celadon Exhibition at the Huamao Art Museum, Ningbo, Zhejiang Province, CHINA. Chinese artists from around China and their foreign counterparts will be showcasing the celadon works. Founded in 2008, the Huamao Art Museum is the largest non-profit private art museum in China. The exhibition will be held from November 13 to December 8, 2017.Find out more »
My Winter Open Studio will take place on Saturday and Sunday, December 2 & 3, 10am to 5pm at my gallery at 16 Coalmine View in Portola Valley. I will be showing new works influenced by my recent trips to China and Korea. I will also be featuring new textures and new glaze colors.
See map under CONTACT LEE or visit my studio and gallery by appointment, please call 650-851-0295.Find out more »