Artist Heesoo Lee Makes Beautiful Aspen Trees Grow On Delicate Ceramic Vessels – Design You Trust

Artist Heesoo Lee Makes Beautiful Aspen Trees Grow On Delicate Ceramic Vessels

The Montana-based ceramic artist Heesoo Lee brings the textural depth of aspen forest canopies to her sculptural bowls and vases. Lee painstakingly places each and every leaf by hand, building unique, organic trees that seem to come to life with their shimmering, colorful leaves. While the vibrant glazes add a lifelike layer, the pieces are equally stunning in their unglazed form.

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