Occupation Nation: Ceramic Artist Michele Xiaoyun Fan

Four years ago, due to frequently passing by a pottery studio on her way home, Michele Xiaoyun Fan became interested in ceramics and eventually became a ceramic artist.

Two years ago, she founded her own studio "Atelier F" in Long Island City, and from there, she has created many beautiful pieces that match her aesthetic pursuit of minimalism.

Currently, Michele has temporarily closed her studio while she stays at home to get ready for delivering her baby. Despite not having a kiln at home, she continues to create new pieces and constantly experiments with achieving new possibilities in ceramic arts.

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