Over her long career, clay artist Suki Diamond has developed a style immediately recognizable by its colorful, charmingly anthropomorphic, decorative yet practical design. The influence of her painting and figure drawing is evident in both her pots and clay sculptures. “I have a passion for sculpture and painting all sorts of animals and birds,” Suki says. Working in traditional majolica technique, color stains on a white background, Suki paints each piece in clear colors with stylized animals, people or designs. Many of her pieces are sculptural. All reflect her joyful observations of the world at large.
Suki’s ceramic studio is located in Sebastopol, California.