Dirt & Ceremony
Jenna Lee graduated from the School of Visual Arts in NYC in 2012, with a BFA in Visual & Critical Studies. After graduating, they received a grant from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation to attend a residency at the Byrdcliffe Art Colony in Woodstock, NY for their large-scale collages.
After shifting to a private ceramics practice in 2016, Dirt & Ceremony was conceived as a passion project for Jenna to share their ceramics with the world.
Almost all of their work has unglazed exteriors and is fired with atmospheric methods - mainly wood and soda ash - showcasing a natural ash glaze created by the interaction of wood, soda, clay and fire.
Their work is currently on display at the Walters Cultural Art Center in Hillsboro until May 22, and was included in the 1000 Vases show in Paris in September 2020.
Their available work can be viewed and purchased through www.dirtandceremony.com, and on their instagram @dirtandceremony.
THIS ARTIST SPECIALIZES IN:
Functional, Non-Functional, Sculptural, Architectural, Contemporary, Decorative, Artwork, Kitchen, Bedroom, Dining, Colorful, Complex, Earthy, Simple, Blue, Brown, Ivory, Gold, Green, Orange, Multi-colored, Stoneware, Wood fired, Soda fired, Raku, Reduction, Oxidation, Crystalline, Wheel Thrown, Hand Built, Carved, Coil, Bowl, Cup, Planter, Sculpture, Urn, Vase, Vessel