Exceptionally unique and visually captivating, the 2222 No.

Handmade by Re Jin Lee

2222 No. 2

$1,476.00
Size 5.75" x 11.5"

Description

Exceptionally unique and visually captivating, the 2222 No. 2 has an unusual yet elegant organic form that invokes the viewer's imagination. Carefully handmade with a coiled method, this piece features an assemblage of different organic shapes with a cream glaze that cascades down the body. Inspired by the circle of life, this piece was handcrafted with a blend of repurposed stoneware and locally mined clay.

Re Jin Lee's 2222 Collection features the last twenty-two sculptures that she made in 2022, consisting of unique assemblies of individually rolled-out clay slabs and coils created by a 'hand and clay' collaboration inspired by the contemplative process of ceramics and belief in simplicity.
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  • A blend of repurposed clay and locally mined clay

Artist

New York-based ceramicist Re Jin Lee’s work is reflective of a contemplative approach to ceramics and belief in simplicity. Characterized by organic forms and asymmetrical balance, Lee's pieces reflect the surrounding softness of nature and unpredictable moods of self.

Raised in São Paulo, Brazil, her work is influenced by the mix of Brazilian modern and Portuguese colonial architecture, as well as the traditional Korean arts with which she was surrounded by.

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  • Width: 5.75”
  • Height: 11.5”

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Re Jin Lee

New York-based ceramicist Re Jin Lee’s work is reflective of a contemplative approach to ceramics and belief in simplicity. Characterized by organic forms and asymmetrical balance, Lee's pieces reflect the surrounding softness of nature and unpredictable moods of self. Raised in São Paulo, Brazil, her work is influenced by the mix of Brazilian modern and Portuguese colonial architecture, as well as the traditional Korean arts with which she was surrounded by.