In the hands of Jeff Siegel, clay transforms into more than just art - it becomes a vessel for stories, emotions, and a journey of self-discovery.
A distinctive aspect of Jeff's work involves Raku firing technique, a very exciting process whereby pottery is removed from the kiln while at very high heat. Horsehair is applied to the surface and burns away, leaving behind a one-of-a-kind black carbon imprint that cannot be replicated.
Jeff Siegel's distinctive approach blends sculpture and wheel-throwing, introducing organic elements that seamlessly integrate his appreciation for the natural world.
His artistic achievements include a Gold Medal at the Florence Italy Biennale. His work graces prestigious venues such as The Los Angeles Museum of Folk Art, The Borrego Springs Art Institute, and various art galleries and private collections.