SookjaeArt

for everyday enjoyment

Oregon, United States · 336 Sales

SookjaeArt

for everyday enjoyment

Oregon, United States 336 Sales On Etsy since 2010

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Announcement   Welcome to my shop, I’m very happy that you dropped in.

I make all pieces by throwing them on a wheel or hand-building from stoneware clay and porcelain, and then bisque-fire and hand glaze before glaze firing.

SookjaeArt promises to ship your item quickly upon receipt of payment. I usually ship in 1 - 2 business days by USPS Priority Mail.

You can also follow me on Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/SookjaeArt

Representing gallery: Touchstone Gallery in Yachats, OR

Thank you.

Sookjae

Announcement
Last updated on Nov 23, 2015

Welcome to my shop, I’m very happy that you dropped in.

I make all pieces by throwing them on a wheel or hand-building from stoneware clay and porcelain, and then bisque-fire and hand glaze before glaze firing.

SookjaeArt promises to ship your item quickly upon receipt of payment. I usually ship in 1 - 2 business days by USPS Priority Mail.

You can also follow me on Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/SookjaeArt

Representing gallery: Touchstone Gallery in Yachats, OR

Thank you.

Sookjae

Sookjae McCarty

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Sookjae McCarty

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Arranged fresh Kafir lily from my garden in my ring vase.
Loading for bisque firing ring vases, square plates, mugs and sponge holders.
Happy heifers and sponge holders.#spencershadowranch#SookjaeArt
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About

I make functional pottery for everyday enjoyment.

I was born in Kyonggi Province in the heart of the traditional pottery region in South Korea, and grew up surrounded by the traditional forms and shapes of Korean pottery. Marriage brought me to the U.S. and later to lengthy expatriate stays in Japan and Hong Kong where I studied traditional Japanese flower arrangement and tai chi.

After moving to Eugene with my husband and two children in 1995, I took ceramics classes at Lane Community College, and fell in love with clay. We now live on a working 335-acre cattle and sheep ranch where I have a large studio and display area. I still work as a member of the Club Mud co-op pottery studio in Eugene, Oregon.

In ceramics, I focus on a variety of specialized Ikebana ring vases for flower arrangements, orchid pots and functional pots for everyday use.

I use mostly stoneware and fire to cone 10 in a gas kiln.

My pottery is oven-, microwave-, and dishwasher-safe.

I'm a member of Local Clay. I have had my pottery in local galleries and a museum gift shop.

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    I make functional pottery for everyday enjoyment.

Shop policies

Last updated on August 20, 2015
Thanks for taking the time to look at my work.

Sookjae

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
  • Money Order
  • Check
Payment
I accept Credit Cards via Etsy or Paypal.
Shipping
I ship USPS Priority or USPS parcel post. After shipping, I send the track number to the buyer.

I wrap carefully each item in bubble wrap, and use air bags or peanuts for cushioning. My friends give me shipping materials for recycling. So most of the time I pack in recycled materials.
Refunds and Exchanges
I want you to be happy with your item, but if for some reason there is a problem, I will refund the cost of the items (minus shipping costs) if they are returned within 10 days of purchase.

I try to pack all items as carefully as possible, and thus far have not had problems shipping, but if you receive a damaged item please let me know as soon as possible and I will arrange for a refund or exchange.
Additional policies and FAQs
Gift

I'll be glad to ship directly to gift recipients with a note. I'm sorry I'm unable to gift wrap at this time.

Shipping charges will be refunded for Eugene residents if purchases are not mailed.