Sandi Fellman

Pronouns: she/her

Historically a distinguished photographer, in 2012 Sandi Fellman turned her creative energies to ceramics. Her work is hand thrown, sometimes altered, and one of a kind. Often unique metallic, and luster finishes are applied.

A subtle “less is more” aesthetic, as well as her 30 year career as a photographer define her deceptively simple pieces. Sensuality of form, palette, and surface, merge uniquely in each piece. The play of dualities, light/dark, inside/outside, shine/matte, modern/ancient, and perfection/imperfection, are a constant discourse in the work.

“My process is visceral and intuitive, and it is a pleasure to make things in clay, that are both beautiful and functional.”