LiliaVenierCeramics

Handmade Whimsical Ceramics with a Contemporary Vibe

La Crescenta, California

Announcement    Lilia Venier
Ceramics
A Biographical Profile

I started to work with clay eighteen years ago, and it has been the most wonderful experience of my life. I was born and grew up in Mexico, but I have been living in the United States for the last twenty-three years. I earned my certificate in International Business at Glendale College in California. This certificate is related to the Business Administration degree I earned in Mexico. During the summer of 1998, I took a design class, just to see if I had any talent in this area. I found the class to be exciting. Seeing my new-found passion, my teacher encouraged me to take more art classes; I chose ceramics.

Ceramics has given me the opportunity to express my ideas and creativity in a different way. Color and texture were a part of my everyday experiences growing up; this background is reflected in my work. I developed a technique where I can use both color and texture in my art design. Being surrounded by folk art inspired me to convey a story through my pieces in a contemporary way. Every creation represents things that are important to me such as family, friends, nature and traveling. Using the skills of throwing, hand building, carving and painting, I achieve my vibrant and whimsical designs. My pieces are one of a kind. They bring happiness and a sense of wonder to any home or business. My ceramic art is a must for any avid art collector.

I started to learn about pottery as a hobby, but today it is the way that I express myself to the world. Many of my pieces are in galleries and private collections in the United States, Canada, Germany, England, Japan, Singapore, and Thailand. In addition, I enjoy participating in various Southern California art festivals which allows me to connect personally with ceramic art lovers.

Lilia Venier Ceramics
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Last updated on Apr 16, 2020

Lilia Venier
Ceramics
A Biographical Profile

I started to work with clay eighteen years ago, and it has been the most wonderful experience of my life. I was born and grew up in Mexico, but I have been living in the United States for the last twenty-three years. I earned my certificate in International Business at Glendale College in California. This certificate is related to the Business Administration degree I earned in Mexico. During the summer of 1998, I took a design class, just to see if I had any talent in this area. I found the class to be exciting. Seeing my new-found passion, my teacher encouraged me to take more art classes; I chose ceramics.

Ceramics has given me the opportunity to express my ideas and creativity in a different way. Color and texture were a part of my everyday experiences growing up; this background is reflected in my work. I developed a technique where I can use both color and texture in my art design. Being surrounded by folk art inspired me to convey a story through my pieces in a contemporary way. Every creation represents things that are important to me such as family, friends, nature and traveling. Using the skills of throwing, hand building, carving and painting, I achieve my vibrant and whimsical designs. My pieces are one of a kind. They bring happiness and a sense of wonder to any home or business. My ceramic art is a must for any avid art collector.

I started to learn about pottery as a hobby, but today it is the way that I express myself to the world. Many of my pieces are in galleries and private collections in the United States, Canada, Germany, England, Japan, Singapore, and Thailand. In addition, I enjoy participating in various Southern California art festivals which allows me to connect personally with ceramic art lovers.

Lilia Venier Ceramics
liliavenierceramics.com
liliavenierceramics [!at] gmail.com

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Ceramics and Potter with an International Contemporary Hip Vibe

Lilia Venier
Ceramics
A Biographical Profile

I started to work with clay eighteen years ago, and it has been the most wonderful experience of my life. I was born and grew up in Mexico, but I have been living in the United States for the last twenty-three years. I earned my certificate in International Business at Glendale College in California. This certificate is related to the Business Administration degree I earned in Mexico. During the summer of 1998, I took a design class, just to see if I had any talent in this area. I found the class to be exciting. Seeing my new-found passion, my teacher encouraged me to take more art classes; I chose ceramics.

Ceramics has given me the opportunity to express my ideas and creativity in a different way. Color and texture were a part of my everyday experiences growing up; this background is reflected in my work. I developed a technique where I can use both color and texture in my art design. Being surrounded by folk art inspired me to convey a story through my pieces in a contemporary way. Every creation represents things that are important to me such as family, friends, nature and traveling. Using the skills of throwing, hand building, carving and painting, I achieve my vibrant and whimsical designs. My pieces are one of a kind. They bring happiness and a sense of wonder to any home or business. My ceramic art is a must for any avid art collector.

I started to learn about pottery as a hobby, but today it is the way that I express myself to the world. Many of my pieces are in galleries and private collections in the United States, Canada, Germany, England, Japan, Singapore, and Thailand. In addition, I enjoy participating in various Southern California art festivals which allows me to connect personally with ceramic art lovers.

Lilia Venier Ceramics
liliavenierceramics.com
liliavenierceramics [!at] gmail.com

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  • Lilia Venier

    Owner, Ceramics And Pottery, Designer

    I create handmade ceramics inspired by folk art. The pieces are whimsical, colorful, fun, functional with a contemporary vibe. They will go well with any home decor. My work will bring happiness and joy to your home.

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Last updated on April 16, 2020
Welcome to Lilia Venier's Ceramic Art. I make one of a kind handmade pieces. They have a variety of colors, textures, interesting shapes and carvings which I especially enjoy. I like to use different finish techniques such as underglazing, painting, textured glazes and carvings.

My work is whimsical and fun. Each piece is functional for every day use or just for your personal enjoyment.

Every piece has his own personality, it is inviting, and cries to be touched. I am careful to use the right materials to be safe for food or water, and dinnerware is microwaveable and dishwasher safe.

My raku pieces do not hold water or food due to the finishing technique. Nevertheless, each raku piece is wonderful addition to your home, You can use dry flowers.

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Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
I gladly accept returns
Contact me within: 7 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 14 days of delivery
I don't accept exchanges or cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
Returns and exchange details
I want you to be happy with your purchase. Exchanges or returns can be made within 7 calendar days of receiving your order. Refunds are made once the item has been returned in its original and intact condition. I can also exchange the item for another of equal value.

Note: The buyer pays for return shipping as well as shipping on exchanges.

I can ship directly to gift recipients and include a complimentary gift note. Just let me know in the "Note to Seller" box during the Etsy checkout.

If an item arrives damaged, please let me know immediately. An image of the damaged piece and the box is required to be able to file a claim with the United States Postal Service (USPS) for the purpose of insurance claims.

It is my goal to provide you with a positive shopping experience and a handmade item that you will love and cherish.
Payment
I accept Paypal. Buyers do not need a Paypal account to pay if you are using a credit card as Paypal is just the gateway to processing your credit card payments. All information is confidential with Paypal. It is never seen by me or any other sellers.

I also accept credit cards and ETSY gift cards.

The payment should be made as soon as the ETSY transaction is completed. Insurance is included in the shipping cost.
Shipping
I only ship within the United States. I use the US Postal Service (USPS). You are provided with a tracking number and insurance.

I will ship to your ETSY address. If you want me to ship to a different address, please notify me in "message to seller" or in an email.

I have been shipping pieces for eighteen years. I pack my pieces very well. I want them to reach you in perfect condition. I ship speedily, and I pack well.

"Ready to ship" items will ship within 1 - 2 business days. Note that Saturday and Sunday are not business days. If you have a deadline, please let me know in "message to seller" and I will do my best to accommodate your deadline.