Hello, I’m Sunkoo Yuh, currently living in Athens, Georgia, in the United States. I’ve been immersed in the world of ceramics for more than three decades, and I’m excited to share a peek into my craft with you.
My expertise lies in crafting porcelain sculptures, a process I would like to walk you through:
It all begins with my ink drawings. These two-dimensional sketches serve as the starting point for my sculptures, which I then turn into captivating three-dimensional pieces.
What adds an exciting twist to this whole process, is the element of unpredictability. Even I don’t always know how the final sculpture will turn out until I add the finishing touches.
So, I’d love for you to come along on this artistic journey with me, as we explore the fascinating world of porcelain sculpture.
When you buy this workshop, you get:
- Instant Access to Watch my pre-recorded Workshop
- The workshop is 48 minutes long.
- You can watch it as soon as you purchase this workshop & login to your account.
- Bonus Q&A
- Watch my bonus Q&A video where I answered questions about my process face-to-face
- Lifetime Access to the Replays
- The workshop and the Q&A are recorded, and you will have lifetime access to it. You can watch it online, or download it to your device to watch offline at any time
About Sunkoo Yuh
Sunkoo Yuh was born in Korea. He received his BFA from Hong Ik University, Seoul, and his MFA from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred, NY. He is currently a Professor at the University of Georgia, Athens, GA.
He has exhibited widely, received many awards and honors and has been invited to four solo museum exhibitions including Clayarch Gimhae Museum, Gimhae, Korea, and Seoul Museum of Art in Seoul, Korea.
In 2005 he received the Joan Mitchell Foundation grant. In 2003 he was the recipient of the Grand Prize at the 2nd World Ceramic Biennale International Competition, Icheon, Korea, Illinois Art Council Artist Fellowship Award, Third Prize from the Virginia A. Groot Foundation, and the Elizabeth R. Raphael Founder’s Prize.
His work is in the collections of The Renwick Gallery at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C., The Museum of Fine Arts, The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia, Houston, Houston, TX, Icheon World Ceramic Center, Icheon, Korea, the International Museum of Ceramic Art, Alfred, NY, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA, the Oakland Museum of Art, California and more.