Roger Yee
Roger Yee

Roger Yee is the founder of Red Ox Clay Studio and a ceramics teacher with 18+ years of classroom experience and over 30 years of experience as a ceramic artist. Roger is a highly accomplished artist with a strong commitment to developing innovative, creative, and fun learning environments.

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Roger Yee
Roger Yee

Roger Yee is the founder of Red Ox Clay Studio and a ceramics teacher with 18+ years of classroom experience and over 30 years of experience as a ceramic artist. Roger is a highly accomplished artist with a strong commitment to developing innovative, creative, and fun learning environments.

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Roger Yee
Roger Yee

Roger Yee is the founder of Red Ox Clay Studio and a ceramics teacher with 18+ years of classroom experience and over 30 years of experience as a ceramic artist. Roger is a highly accomplished artist with a strong commitment to developing innovative, creative, and fun learning environments.

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Roger Yee
Roger Yee

Roger Yee is the founder of Red Ox Clay Studio and a ceramics teacher with 18+ years of classroom experience and over 30 years of experience as a ceramic artist. Roger is a highly accomplished artist with a strong commitment to developing innovative, creative, and fun learning environments.

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Lisa Graham Lee
Lisa Graham Lee

Lisa Graham Lee, a 35 year resident of Pleasant Hill, CA has been involved in ceramic sculpture since 1996. Lee has studied under artists Mark Messenger, Bob Hodson, Beverly Mayeri, and Patty Warashina, to name a few. Featuring hand built pieces embellished with underglazes as well as cold finishes, Lee’s work is influenced by her life-long love of animals, with her pieces expressing a great deal of wit and whimsy. Lee’s artwork is featured every year at the Ruth Bancroft Garden sculpture show

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Lisa Graham Lee
Lisa Graham Lee

Lisa Graham Lee, a 35 year resident of Pleasant Hill, CA has been involved in ceramic sculpture since 1996. Lee has studied under artists Mark Messenger, Bob Hodson, Beverly Mayeri, and Patty Warashina, to name a few. Featuring hand built pieces embellished with underglazes as well as cold finishes, Lee’s work is influenced by her life-long love of animals, with her pieces expressing a great deal of wit and whimsy. Lee’s artwork is featured every year at the Ruth Bancroft Garden sculpture show

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Lisa Graham Lee
Lisa Graham Lee

Lisa Graham Lee, a 35 year resident of Pleasant Hill, CA has been involved in ceramic sculpture since 1996. Lee has studied under artists Mark Messenger, Bob Hodson, Beverly Mayeri, and Patty Warashina, to name a few. Featuring hand built pieces embellished with underglazes as well as cold finishes, Lee’s work is influenced by her life-long love of animals, with her pieces expressing a great deal of wit and whimsy. Lee’s artwork is featured every year at the Ruth Bancroft Garden sculpture show

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Lisa Graham Lee
Lisa Graham Lee

Lisa Graham Lee, a 35 year resident of Pleasant Hill, CA has been involved in ceramic sculpture since 1996. Lee has studied under artists Mark Messenger, Bob Hodson, Beverly Mayeri, and Patty Warashina, to name a few. Featuring hand built pieces embellished with underglazes as well as cold finishes, Lee’s work is influenced by her life-long love of animals, with her pieces expressing a great deal of wit and whimsy. Lee’s artwork is featured every year at the Ruth Bancroft Garden sculpture show

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Zoe Dering
Zoe Dering

Zoe Dering is an artist and pastry chef native to the Bay Area, currently living in Oakland, Ca. Her current body of work explores the meeting point between primitive craft and our modern lives. She creates pieces intended for every day use that reflect the belief that we should have a closer relationship to the fundamental objects essential to our every day lives, how they are made and the role they play in our personal and collective histories.

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Zoe Dering
Zoe Dering

Zoe Dering is an artist and pastry chef native to the Bay Area, currently living in Oakland, Ca. Her current body of work explores the meeting point between primitive craft and our modern lives. She creates pieces intended for every day use that reflect the belief that we should have a closer relationship to the fundamental objects essential to our every day lives, how they are made and the role they play in our personal and collective histories.

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Zoe Dering
Zoe Dering

Zoe Dering is an artist and pastry chef native to the Bay Area, currently living in Oakland, Ca. Her current body of work explores the meeting point between primitive craft and our modern lives. She creates pieces intended for every day use that reflect the belief that we should have a closer relationship to the fundamental objects essential to our every day lives, how they are made and the role they play in our personal and collective histories.

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Zoe Dering
Zoe Dering

Zoe Dering is an artist and pastry chef native to the Bay Area, currently living in Oakland, Ca. Her current body of work explores the meeting point between primitive craft and our modern lives. She creates pieces intended for every day use that reflect the belief that we should have a closer relationship to the fundamental objects essential to our every day lives, how they are made and the role they play in our personal and collective histories.

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Kathy Kearns
Kathy Kearns

Kathy, the founder of Crockett Pottery, has been a maker of functional clay vessels for more than thirty years. Her California Craft Style has a mix and match approach and is inspired by the colorful ware of mid 20th century California art pottery. Archetypal Vessels are informed by her study and fascination with ancient pottery forms, especially those from Greece. She produces Cassoulet Ware for several French restaurants and for cassoulet aficionados all over the United States.

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Kathy Kearns
Kathy Kearns

Kathy, the founder of Crockett Pottery, has been a maker of functional clay vessels for more than thirty years. Her California Craft Style has a mix and match approach and is inspired by the colorful ware of mid 20th century California art pottery. Archetypal Vessels are informed by her study and fascination with ancient pottery forms, especially those from Greece. She produces Cassoulet Ware for several French restaurants and for cassoulet aficionados all over the United States.

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Kathy, the founder of Crockett Pottery, has been a maker of functional clay vessels for more than thirty years. Her California Craft Style has a mix and match approach and is inspired by the colorful ware of mid 20th century California art pottery. Archetypal Vessels are informed by her study and fascination with ancient pottery forms, especially those from Greece. She produces Cassoulet Ware for several French restaurants and for cassoulet aficionados all over the United States.

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Kathy Kearns
Kathy Kearns

Kathy, the founder of Crockett Pottery, has been a maker of functional clay vessels for more than thirty years. Her California Craft Style has a mix and match approach and is inspired by the colorful ware of mid 20th century California art pottery. Archetypal Vessels are informed by her study and fascination with ancient pottery forms, especially those from Greece. She produces Cassoulet Ware for several French restaurants and for cassoulet aficionados all over the United States.

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Rosalinda Grejsen
Rosalinda Grejsen

Born in Oakland, CA, Rosalinda's early years were focused on the aesthetics of functional pottery at the wheel. Currently, Rosalinda is inspired by the sculptural diversity of many Bay Area Artists. She enjoys the process of creating voluminous forms that are slab built, then altered and textured -- expressing the immediate response clay gives back -- to create timeless qualities of touch, environment, and nature.

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Rosalinda Grejsen
Rosalinda Grejsen

Born in Oakland, CA, Rosalinda's early years were focused on the aesthetics of functional pottery at the wheel. Currently, Rosalinda is inspired by the sculptural diversity of many Bay Area Artists. She enjoys the process of creating voluminous forms that are slab built, then altered and textured expressing the immediate response clay gives back to create timeless qualities of touch, environment and nature.

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Rosalinda Grejsen
Rosalinda Grejsen

Born in Oakland, CA, Rosalinda's early years were focused on the aesthetics of functional pottery at the wheel. Currently, Rosalinda is inspired by the sculptural diversity of many Bay Area Artists. She enjoys the process of creating voluminous forms that are slab built, then altered and textured expressing the immediate response clay gives back to create timeless qualities of touch, environment and nature.

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Rosalinda Grejsen
Rosalinda Grejsen

Born in Oakland, CA, Rosalinda's early years were focused on the aesthetics of functional pottery at the wheel. Currently, Rosalinda is inspired by the sculptural diversity of many Bay Area Artists. She enjoys the process of creating voluminous forms that are slab built, then altered and textured -- expressing the immediate response clay gives back -- to create timeless qualities of touch, environment, and nature.

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Kurt Heffron
Kurt Heffron

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Kurt Heffron
Kurt Heffron

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Kurt Heffron
Kurt Heffron

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Kurt Heffron
Kurt Heffron

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Lynne Meade
Lynne Meade

Lynne Meade has been exhibiting her sculpture and design work since 1987. She studied at Penland School Of Crafts and graduated with a BA in Ceramic Design from Wesleyan University. She has taught classes at MIT, The New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, Walnut Creek Center for Community Arts, and ASUC at UC Berkeley. In 2009, Meade received the Carol Duke Artist Award for Excellence In Craft at the Bellevue Arts Museum. She has permanent collections throughout the country.

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Lynne Meade
Lynne Meade

Lynne Meade has been exhibiting her sculpture and design work since 1987. She studied at Penland School Of Crafts and graduated with a BA in Ceramic Design from Wesleyan University. She has taught classes at MIT, The New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, Walnut Creek Center for Community Arts, and ASUC at UC Berkeley. In 2009, Meade received the Carol Duke Artist Award for Excellence In Craft at the Bellevue Arts Museum. She has permanent collections throughout the country.

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Lynne Meade
Lynne Meade

Lynne Meade has been exhibiting her sculpture and design work since 1987. She studied at Penland School Of Crafts and graduated with a BA in Ceramic Design from Wesleyan University. She has taught classes at MIT, The New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, Walnut Creek Center for Community Arts, and ASUC at UC Berkeley. In 2009, Meade received the Carol Duke Artist Award for Excellence In Craft at the Bellevue Arts Museum. She has permanent collections throughout the country.

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Lynne Meade
Lynne Meade

Lynne Meade has been exhibiting her sculpture and design work since 1987. She studied at Penland School Of Crafts and graduated with a BA in Ceramic Design from Wesleyan University. She has taught classes at MIT, The New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, Walnut Creek Center for Community Arts, and ASUC at UC Berkeley. In 2009, Meade received the Carol Duke Artist Award for Excellence In Craft at the Bellevue Arts Museum. She has permanent collections throughout the country.

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Sarah Brown
Sarah Brown

Sarah, a native of Napa, California discovered ceramics in high school and continued her education throughout college. She's worked in the ceramics department at Santa Barbara City College, Sonoma Community Center, for artist Scott Chatenever, and currently teaches at New Technology High School in Napa. She loves gardening, cooking, and then arranging beautiful home -made and -grown food on functional ceramics wares.

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Sarah Brown
Sarah Brown

Sarah, a native of Napa, California discovered ceramics in high school and continued her education throughout college. She's worked in the ceramics department at Santa Barbara City College, Sonoma Community Center, for artist Scott Chatenever, and currently teaches at New Technology High School in Napa. She loves gardening, cooking, and then arranging beautiful home -made and -grown food on functional ceramics wares.

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Sarah Brown
Sarah Brown

Sarah, a native of Napa, California discovered ceramics in high school and continued her education throughout college. She's worked in the ceramics department at Santa Barbara City College, Sonoma Community Center, for artist Scott Chatenever, and currently teaches at New Technology High School in Napa. She loves gardening, cooking, and then arranging beautiful home -made and -grown food on functional ceramics wares.

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Takemi Tsuruta
Takemi Tsuruta

Takemi Tsuruta was born September 26th 1976 in Oakland California. All throughout his life, he has been interested in the arts from musical and performing arts to the visual fine arts. Tsuruta’s father, an architect, and mother, an educator and pianist, taught him at a young age to recognize and appreciate different creative outlets and aesthetics.

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Takemi Tsuruta
Takemi Tsuruta

Takemi Tsuruta was born September 26th 1976 in Oakland California. All throughout his life, he has been interested in the arts from musical and performing arts to the visual fine arts. Tsuruta’s father, an architect, and mother, an educator and pianist, taught him at a young age to recognize and appreciate different creative outlets and aesthetics.

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Takemi Tsuruta
Takemi Tsuruta

Takemi Tsuruta was born September 26th 1976 in Oakland California. All throughout his life, he has been interested in the arts from musical and performing arts to the visual fine arts. Tsuruta’s father, an architect, and mother, an educator and pianist, taught him at a young age to recognize and appreciate different creative outlets and aesthetics.

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Takemi Tsuruta
Takemi Tsuruta

Takemi Tsuruta was born September 26th 1976 in Oakland California. All throughout his life, he has been interested in the arts from musical and performing arts to the visual fine arts. Tsuruta’s father, an architect, and mother, an educator and pianist, taught him at a young age to recognize and appreciate different creative outlets and aesthetics.

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