Cliff Lee is known for two kinds of porcelain: intricately carved pots inspired by nature and sleek teardrop shapes narrowing to a slende...
Cliff Lee is known for two kinds of porcelain: intricately carved pots inspired by nature and sleek teardrop shapes narrowing to a slender stem. Both are rare, primarily because it's so difficult to throw, carve and fire porcelain. His work has been displayed worldwide, and is included in numerous museum collections, including: Carnegie Museum of Art - Pittsburgh PA; Columbia Museum of Art - Columbia, SC; Crocker Art Museum - Sacramento, CA; Metropolitan Museum of Art -  New York, NY; Mint Museum of Craft & Design - Charlotte, NC; New Britain Museum of American Art - New Britain, CT; Racine Art Museum - Racine, WI; Smithsonian American Art Museum, Renwick Gallery - Washington, DC; University of Kentucky Art Museum  -  Lexington, KY; White House Collection of American Crafts - Washington, DC; Yale University Art Gallery - New Haven, CT
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