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Yu Cha Pak's Studio

1322 Harvard St. 77008


Yu Cha Pak

Artist statement :

Yu Cha Pak studied Classical Oriental Art in Seoul, Korea.  She continued her art studies at the Florida Institute of Technology, Art Student League of NY and Glassell. 

Yu Cha creates whimsical narrative 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. 

Her art has exhibited in many national shows and won numerous awards including an award from the Whitney Museum for Watercolor.

Yu Cha works in ceramics, watercolor, printmaking and mixed media.  She has also illustrated several published children’s books.

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Website: https://www.facebook.com/yuchapakart

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Carol Berger 

Artist statement:

 Berger took a ceramics class which led to a second career as a professional artist.  Currently, she teaches ceramics classes to adults and children in her studio and shows her work in the Houston area.  She joined Archway Gallery in 2018 and is a member of the Conroe Art League.   Berger draws inspiration from the designs, colors, and textures in nature. As an environmentalist and avid recycler, it is her hope that art reflecting nature will encourage other people to care for it too.

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   Website:  https://artsbycarol.com

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Maura  Ferrero-Baroni 

Artist statement:

I am an artist of Swiss and Italian origin, and I have lived in the US since 1992.

What mostly attracts me to ceramics is the marriage between three art forms; the actual creation of the piece - whether it is wheel throwing or hand building-, the glazing and the firing.

When creating my artwork, I strive to harmonize the relationship between form, function, and nature. My pieces are the result of the use of simple organic forms, and I usually stay clear from fussy decorations.

My current body of work is split between functional and sculptural ceramics.

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    Website:  https://www.maurasart.com 

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Renee  Lieber 

Artist statement:

I am rooted in clay.  I have had my hands in clay since as a child, my folks took me to Marshall Pottery to watch the potters at their treadle wheels.  They were making magic.  The slippery mess soon found its way into my hands .  Since that time, I have studied, taught, and  produced functional and sculptural objects for over 50 years.  Ceramics provides tools for expression of my connection with people, nature, and time.  

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Jessica Phillips 

Artist statement :

Jessica Phillips’ ceramic work focuses on cultivating a quiet purity of form with a nod to the strong decisive lines of the industrial machinery she grew up with in her fathers workshop.  Her ceramics bring together the soft elegance of wheel-thrown forms with contrasting stark graphic surfaces. Through her work, Jessica seeks to illuminate the subtlety of human interactions, to highlight the tension between our physical separateness and our emotional connectedness.

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   Website: http://www.theynamedherjohn.com

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PO Box 667401
Houston, TX 77266

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