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Yu Cha Pak's Studio

1322 Harvard St. 77008


Yu Cha Pak

Artist Bio :

I studied Classical Oriental Art in Seoul, Korea. I immigrated to the United States where I continued my studies at the Florida Institute of Technology, receiving a diploma in Fine Art. I have studied Printmaking at the Student League of New York city and Glassell of Art in Houston, TX. My work has been accepted into National Juried Exhibitions and I have won numerous awards including first place in Watercolor from Barbara Haskell Curator of Whitney Museum in New York City. I was honored and awarded Featured Artist at the Bayou Art Festival in Houston, TX.

Artist Statement: I created character stories based on simple activities of daily life like the joy of being a grandmother, practicing yoga, having fun with girlfriends, and working in the garden. I enjoy whimsy, humor and fun in my stories. I have extensive work in Watercolor, Clay, Sculpture, Printmaking and Mixed Media. I have also illustrated several Children’s books that have been published.

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Website: yuchapakart.com

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Jessica Allen 

Artist Bio:

Jallulee loves rocks. She studied and currently works as a geologist, she likes to rock climb with her husband and son, and she has been making pottery for over 20 years. She took a ceramics class in college and has since continued to make pottery in Pennsylvania, Georgia, New York, Utah and Texas.

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A. M. Schaer

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I have begun making full blown sculpture again after a hiatus of more than 35 years, using primitive firing techniques on an ancient material: clay. They are battered and burnt looking comments regarding old age and the longing for security in a society that may be coming unraveled.

I am primarily a sculptor interested in rough surfaces and primitive techniques such as pit or barrel firing. Most of the objects I make are purely sculptural but I recently discovered the Japanese technique of carving clay known as kurinuki. Although the objects produced are usually destined as containers for tea or saki, they are also intensely sculptural, irregular, and earthy. They fit my personality and way of working in a way functional ware never has before. With the examples I like best, no line exists between the functional and expressive. It seems I have found yet another pathway to explore.

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    Website:  www.artgeekgal.com 

   Instagram: @schaerarts

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Gabriela Villegas 

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2016 - Started ceramics in the Studio En La Nube in Mexico City.

2019 - Selected to participate in the Bienal de Cerámica Utilitaria Contemporánea of Mexico.

2018 - Founded Jaguar Moon Designs under witch I market my jewelery and Ceramics.

Creating connects me with my collective unconscious it moves me to work with this ancestral inner voices that quietly tell me to listen to the earth, to this present moment where you are past and future, one with the universe. It allows me to travel from this world to the transformation of fire hardened dirt as moulded vessels, to explore the possibilities of things I can make real. It is the magic of extracting of the earth an Alebrije of light, serpent-giraffes nests, sea dragons or antlenr platters while just playing with dirt in search of something meaningful beautiful happy alive and fun.

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   Instagram:  @jaguarmoondesigns
   
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PO Box 667401
Houston, TX 77266

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