Hand thrown plate made of porcelain, painted and fired with glaze and underglaze pencil.
Approximately 8.5 x 8.5 inches
Hand wash is suggested.
Made in Sullivan County, NY.
This winter, Jennie Jieun Lee has produced an edition of her functional works, Glazemoods exclusively for Mast Books.
These utilitarian pieces were created by thrown porcelain on the pottery wheel and worked with liberal layers of glazes, underglazes and UG pencils. Fired to approximately 2200 degrees farenheit, they are food safe and delightful items to consume drinks and food from.
Recent solo and two person exhibitions Cooper Cole,Toronto; Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton and Marlborough Chelsea Viewing Room, New York. She has a forthcoming solo exhibition with Martos Gallery in 2022 and is a Ceramics professor at NYU. She is also a recipient of several grants including Art Matters, The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant and Artadia.