Judy Lee has been working in clay for over 25 years. Much of her current work consists of ceramic sculptural pieces to produce masks, wall hangings and contemporary sculpture.
A trip to Africa brought the imagery of animals and masks into her work. She tends to make them more stylized than realistic, leaning toward illusionary or partial forms rather than an exact replica. She is fascinated by textures and uses them frequently in her work. Her style varies from classic functional pieces fired in an electric kiln, to raku and pit fired pieces. The challenge of a variety of techniques keeps the creative juices flowing.
Judy has been invited to exhibit in juried shows in California and has also filmed a segment for HGTV’s “That’s Clever” show which was broadcast in Spring 2009. She has exhibited at the Peter Anderson Festival 2008, Ocean Springs, MS, and The Fairhope Festival 2008, Fairhope, AL. She currently shows work at The Hillyer House in Ocean Springs and Negrotto’s Gallery in Biloxi.
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