Red Pot Pottery

After 11 year of teachings fine art, I embarked on my life-long desire to become a potter in 1998. I openly embraced aesthetic and artistic touch with the professional experience I have acquired over time.

No two pieces of my pottery will ever be alike, each piece is a singular and original piece to be enjoyed. The final product is pottery that is unique, beautiful and functional and aesthetically pleasing.

There are 29 steps involved in making my potteries. I use both the wheel and hands to make my work. My work explores the beauty of the nature, color and form. I meticulously carve hundreds of little flowers and leaves to create simple yet a detailed piece. I don’t use any stencil nor stamp to create my pottery so all of my work is unique and one of the kind.