Jennifer Lee ( Scottish: 1956) - Love for clay

Jennifer Lee ceramic

Jennifer Lee - Asymmetric banded tilted rim 1988 x cm Collection: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Photo: Metropolitan Museum of Art © 1998

Love for clay • Jennifer Lee ceramic

Jennifer Lee ceramic

Jennifer Lee Pale, haloed granite traces, bronze specks 2007 x cm Collection: Victoria & Albert Museum Photo: Alan Tabor

Jennifer Lee - ceramics - U-Tsu-Wa  Photo: Hiroshi Iwasaki @STASH for 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT "U-Tsu-Wa"

Jennifer Lee - ceramics - U-Tsu-Wa Photo: Hiroshi Iwasaki Ley for

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Smoky, bronze specks, 2008 by Jennifer Lee presented by Frank Lloyd Gallery

i love the way jennifer lee's art journals mix collage, paint, doodles and journaling; all the elements are beautifully integrated... so inspiring!

Jennifer Lee's art journals mix collage, paint, doodles and journaling; all the elements are beautifully integrated.

Jennifer Lee  Pale, speckled traces, spiral 2009 18.3 x 27.5 cm Pale, three granite rings 2009 9.3 x 17.6 cm

Jennifer Lee Pale, speckled traces, spiral 2009 x cm Pale, three granite rings 2009 x cm

The graceful elegant work of Jennifer Lee.

Olive, haloed umber spiral, 2007 by Jennifer Lee presented by Frank Lloyd Gallery

Jennifer Lee (UK)- ceramics. Lee's pots are hand built and she has developed a method of colouring them by mixing metallic oxides into the clay before making.

Lee's pots are hand built and she has developed a method of colouring them by mixing metallic oxides into the clay before making.

Jennifer Lee (UK) - ceramics - works     Lee's pots are  hand built and she has developed a method of colouring them by mixing metallic oxides into the clay before making

Jennifer Lee - ceramics - works Jennifer Lee was born in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, in

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