Clay Workshops

Yonnah at the wheel

Studio and classroom (right) and kiln room (left)

Workshop in progress in the studio

Yonnah Ben Levy was raised in Seattle, Washington. She attended Whitman College and George Washington University in Washington, D.C., where she studied at the Corcharan Gallery under the ceramicist, architect and Zen master, Hara. She received a Masters of Art for Teachers at the University of Washington. She has been a professional artist and teacher since 1976. Her bronze sculptures and paintings of wildlife and birds have been exhibited in galleries, and museums such as the Museum of Native American Art in Spokane. In 1981 she moved to Israel and worked for artists and craftsmen in various media including illuminated parchments, ceramics, jewelry, woodcarving, and sculpture. She taught art in the Israeli school system for ten years as well as in her own workshops and as a visiting artist at Grunewald Guild in Washington. She is a member of the the Cascade Clay Artists, Camano Arts Association, and Ashkelon (Israel) Association of Artists. She has been published in Pottery Making Illustrated. Please contact her through the email linked on our homepage.

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