• Lisa Orr Ceramics
Sarofim School of Fine Arts’ Art Department is excited to announce a ceramics lecture and demonstration from visiting artist, Lisa Orr.

Artist’s Statement

Lisa Orr’s artworks for the table often refer to traditional porcelain of restaurant whitewares, but with softer forms inspired by the playful and abundant qualities of Mexican earthenware. She invented her own production process after studying clay mold fragments in antiquated factories and museums. After forming pieces in molds, on the wheel, of both, she finishes with stamps, slips, sprigs and multihued glazes. Though Lisa Orr’s colors can evoke a healthy garden in bloom, it is the strength of her form that sets her work apart: it feels muscular and strong while showing fluidity. In this way she plays both ends of the spectrum, from the dynamic and substantive to the detailed and dreamy– full of surprise. Her artwork is best presented with a freshly prepared meal.

Join the Art Department on October 16th, from 12:30-3:00pm in the Studio Arts Building Ceramics Area to learn more about Lisa Orr’s work first-hand! 

Visit www.lisaorr.com to explore Ms. Orr.’s portfolio.


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