Ceramics by Jessica Ayala


Instagram: 

@hueso_seco

About: 

Ceramics artist.

"I’ve been creating in some capacity since I was a kid. It started off with drawing and painting, then evolved into papier-mâché and cardboard cut out collages, all made for my own personal pleasure. I enjoyed working three dimensionally and got into clay in my late 30’s in pursuit of sculpture art. However, I soon got very attached to the wheel when I took a class at community ceramic studio in Brooklyn and wanted to perfect my skill and throw large functional pieces. I’m now beginning to incorporate more hand building and sculpture work into my art which was the direction I initially envisioned for myself."

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Instagram: 

@hueso_seco

Studio: 

38C

Building: 

56 2nd Ave

About: 

Ceramics artist.

"I’ve been creating in some capacity since I was a kid. It started off with drawing and painting, then evolved into papier-mâché and cardboard cut out collages, all made for my own personal pleasure. I enjoyed working three dimensionally and got into clay in my late 30’s in pursuit of sculpture art. However, I soon got very attached to the wheel when I took a class at community ceramic studio in Brooklyn and wanted to perfect my skill and throw large functional pieces. I’m now beginning to incorporate more hand building and sculpture work into my art which was the direction I initially envisioned for myself."



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Instagram: 


@hueso_seco


Studio: 

38C

About: 

Ceramics artist.

"I’ve been creating in some capacity since I was a kid. It started off with drawing and painting, then evolved into papier-mâché and cardboard cut out collages, all made for my own personal pleasure. I enjoyed working three dimensionally and got into clay in my late 30’s in pursuit of sculpture art. However, I soon got very attached to the wheel when I took a class at community ceramic studio in Brooklyn and wanted to perfect my skill and throw large functional pieces. I’m now beginning to incorporate more hand building and sculpture work into my art which was the direction I initially envisioned for myself."

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