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Lucrecia Waggoner

My inclination for simplicity and minimalism in my work is a reflection of my travels throughout the world and especially the Far East. Raised in Mexico City, my first memory of ceramics is at the age of 7, when I discovered while attending an arts and crafts course at the Museo de Antrpologia, that was the beginning of my love for pottery.
My formal ceramics education began in Mexico City followed by coursework while I was living in Europe. In 1993, I enrolled at Parsons School of Design where my hobby became my passion and my passion a way of life. I am thankful for the guidance of Porcelain artist and friend Heidi Loewen, she inspired me as a professional artist.
I am grateful to have two very special children a wonderful husband and a passion to transform clay into beautiful art that fills my soul and my spirit.

2017-present: Gruen Galleries, Chicago, IL

2007-present: Studio Artist and teaching at Zhen Art Institute, Dallas, Texas.

2007: Heidi Loewen Porcelain Studio and Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

2006: Anderson Ranch, Snow Mass, Colorado, Sam Harvey and Paul Soldner

2005: Heidi Loewen Porcelain Studio and Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

2004: The Pottery Workshop, HK, Hong Kong, SAR China.

2000: Southern Methodist University, Meadows School of the Arts, Dallas, Texas.

1998: Foelber Pottery and Gallery, Houston, Texas.

1993-95: Parsons School of Design, Fashion Dressing and Merchandising, New York, NY

1990:Wiesbaden, Germany, Ceramics and sculpture workshops

1989: School of the Arts, Cannes, France.

1984-88: Anahuac University, Ciencias de la Comunicacion Social, Mexico City

1982-83: Southern Methodist University,Meadows School of the Arts, Dallas, Texas.