Yoella Sharon

Graduate of Tel Aviv University in English Literature and Philosophy.

My work consists of wheel thrown and hand built objects, both functional and sculptured.

I strive to preserve the natural textures of the various clays – from coarse, heavily groged black to  creamy white. My forms are simple , sometimes expressing flowing movement juxtaposed to the hardened clay.  I often use clear glaze to allow for a functional pot – all electric kiln fired at 1200 c

My work can be found in private collections in Israel and abroad,

I live and work in Tel Aviv.

CV

1978 – Graduate of Tel Aviv University in English Literature and Philosophy.

1978-1988 – full time Mom

1988-1990 – studied ceramics with Jorge Karelic

Since 1992-      Member of the “Shlush Shloshim” cooperative gallery in Neve Zedek

1995-2014 –   participation in professional workshops

Since 2010 – Head of the “Israel Designer Craftsmen’s Association”

Exhibitions

1992-2010 – group exhibitions at the “Shlush Shloshim” Gallery

2001 – Ceramic art at the Horace Richter Gallery – Old Jaffa

2013 – “Consumer Basket” at the Benyamini Contemporary Ceramic Center, Tel Aviv

2013 – “Consumer Basket” at the Okashi Museum, the old city, Akko

Contact Information

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