Teresa Chang is a studio potter living in Philadelphia. As a practical ceramist who loves food, Teresa's passion for tableware is natural. She credits many influences for her design sensibilities: early Korean and Japanese pottery, her architectural studies and an appreciation for simplicity instilled by her mother. Teresa finds inherent beauty in forms pared down to their structural essence. Thus, in her work there is no applied decoration, no excess in shape, mass, or profile. All work is made of porcelaneous clay thrown on the potter's wheel and fired in oxidation to 2230 degrees (cone 8).
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