“Woodfiring is an extension of my being. It is my life. My works are my most coherent communication to the world. Pottery is my centre.
Lee Horus Clark graduated from the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design in 1998 with a Diploma of Fine Craft majoring in Ceramics and the Award for Excellence in Clay.Since the age of 20, when he built his first kiln, the 27 foot-long Little River Anagama, Lee has dedicated his life to wood-firing his kick-wheel thrown and hand-built clay vessels and sculptures.
Lee lives and works with his wife, fellow ceramic artist Yolande Clark, in Fredericton, NB. In February 2015, Lee attended a reception with HRH Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh at the Canada House in London England, where his work is on permanent display, as part of the collection of the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada. His work resides in the permanent collection of the Beaverbrook Gallery, Fredericton. PHOTO SOURCE: clarkpottery.com