Clay

L U P A Ceramics

About the artist
Kristine Aguilar is the hands behind LUPA Ceramics. LUPA is a Tagalog word which means earth, land, soil or country, and is an acknowledgement of her heritage as well as the raw materials she works with. Kristine discovered her love for clay and wheel-throwing while attending Langara College. She continued her education in Montreal and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Concordia University in 2009. Since finishing school, Kristine has worked in residencies in Japan, Mexico and was one of the ceramic artists-in-residence at the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts in Burnaby this past summer. Her work was selected to be included in this year's international show, Cup: The Intimate Object XIV, at the Charlie Cummings Gallery in Gainesville, Florida. You can regularly find her work at Good Omen shop in New West, Dandelion Records on Main Street, Out and About in Gastown and Curate with Cardamom's online shop. Video of studio location: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0_P4Or_LUuNUWR5SlpGUmVydzQ/view?ts=59fa9de0

*Studio Directions: Grey Stone Studios is located unit 105, in the back corner of the large parking lot on Frances Street at Clark.

Map Code: E22
1305 Frances St - Unit 105
Vancouver , BC
Studio #105