The best way for me to express my imagination is to take
the beloved Clay and transform it. I have enjoyed to know about
the techniques of Ceramic sculpture, as well as traditional
forms of pottery making.
Seeing the world differently and finding the ways
of looking at Ceramic works of art has inspired me to challenge myself.
I felt that I needed to make my work in a way that would reflect
my own culture and where I come from, even though I still have
a lot to learn about my own history. I am committed to
clay not only for the traditional expression of the medium,
but for the future challenge of creating my own forms.
Mia's Clay Arts
|Beverly Art Center
|By The Ounce
NCECA 2007 Juried
In Tokyo, Japan 2007
|American Ceramic Society,
Los Angels, CA,
AMOCA, President Show,
|All images Click to enlarge
|11th CaFa show
New York, NY
|Decal work on Soda fired bowl
5" x 13" x 5.6"
|2009 Jingdezehn, China
International Ceramic Art
Community Art Center