Ho-Jeong Jeong ceramic
Scope and Contents
The Ho-Jeong Jeong ceramic collection consists of one porcelain tear drop shaped sculptural piece. The matte finish on the work was created using an underglaze. According to the artist's thesis statement about her work, "I intend to create sculpture of the motion of water that evokes human emotion. The format for the idea is sculpture that consists of structural, repetitive and organized modules. I exploit the repetitive and sequential use of forms that provide an immediate feeling of visual unity."
This piece was exhibited in the Makers and Mentors 2015 exhibition celebrating the artwork and influence of Richard Hirsch.
- Jeong, Ho-Jeong (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open to researchers.
Biographical / Historical
Ho-Jeong Jeong was born in Korea in 1968. She received her MFA from RIT's School of American Crafts in 1997, was an artist in residence at RIT in 1998, and an instructor at the Visual Art Experience at RIT in 1997. She currently works as a studio artist in Austin, Texas. Jeung studied under renowned ceramicist and RIT professor Richard Hirsch. This piece was exhibited in the Makers and Mentors 2015 exhibition celebrating the artwork and influence of Richard Hirsch.
1.5 Linear Feet (1 banker box)
Ho-Jeong Jeong ceramic collection consists of one artwork titled Drip-I. Jeong is a former Rochester Institute of Technology student.
The collection consists of one item.
C.S. North, Shelf 152
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The collection was purchased by Becky Simmons, RIT Archivist in March of 2015. Accession number(s): 2015:034
Finding aid created by Lisa Witt in April 2015.
- Ho-Jeong Jeong ceramic
- RIT Art Collection
- Lisa Witt
- 08 April 2015
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