Caroline Cheng is the Director of The Pottery Workshop, an independent studio artist and entrepreneur has set up studios in Shanghai, Dali and Jingdezhen, ceramic retail shops in Shanghai and Beijing, and devotes the majority of her time promoting ceramics in China. Her works are collected by: The British Museum in London, Fitzwillizm Museum in Cambeidge, The National Museum in Beijing. The Ceramic Museum in Vallauris, Hong Kong Museum of Art, and others.
|Aidan Wong |
Her first contact with Clay was in 1985 when she was pursuing her computer science
degree in Australia. In 2003 she obtained the degree of Fine Art from the RMIT
University. Her work "Fountain" was selected from the 14th Hong Kong Art Biennial
Exhibition in 2003, Aidan loves to use clay as a media to express human relationship.
Fiona Wong Lai Ching
Born in Hong Kong, Fiona Wong received her MFA from The Chinese University of
Hong Kong. She has participated in numerous international exhibitions and
artist-in-residence programme including Banff Centre for the Arts, University of Hawaii
at Manoa, RMIT University. She was invited as guest lecturer at different Universities including Hong Kong University, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Beaver College of USA. Fiona Wong received the Starr Foundation Fellowship of the Asian Cultural Council Grant in 2000 to work in NewYork. Besides from creating her own ceramic sculpture, Fiona Wong has been focus on the study of ceramic as functional objects since 2005, and
has created projects including "Timeless Wonder"(2005), "Cup and Saucer"(2007) and "Missing Parts" (2009)
|Queenie Leung |
Queenie Leung was born and educated in Hong Kong. Since 1994 she has worked as an
instructor in The Pottery Workshop. Leung has had numerous exhibitions in Hong Kong,
Asia and Canada. Her work can be found in the Heritage Museum of Hong Kong and in
private collection throughout Asia and Canada.
It is a blessing to work with "clay". In 2000, Samantha joined The Pottery Workshop. Here, her ceramic art works continue to be inspired by the experiencees and relationship that come from teaching children. Recent exhibitions include:
2007--Using silver exhibition
2006-- wearable objects
2001--Joy in clay --the magnificent 7
|Wong Kwok Sun (Sunny)|
Full time ceramic artist, ceramic lecturer at the Hong Kong Art School, ceramic tutor at
the PWS, Hong Kong. MFA in from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia,
major in ceramics. His work is collected by Hong Kong Art Museum, Hong Kong
Provisional Regional Council Museum, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia, etc.
| ||Lau Wai Shan , Hikki |
Born and educated in Hong Kong. Hikki started ceramics in 2002.
From 2006 until she has worked to becomeing a full time ceramic
artist. During which time, she also joined The Pottery workshop Hong Kong team.