Inchin Lee (b. 1957) is a Korean contemporary ceramic artist specializing in wood-firing and the utilization of different stoneware and porcelain clays to produce voluminous jars and vessels. He crafts the individual pieces at his home studio in Anseong, South Korea. Various applications such as diluted ash glaze or black-and-brown slip are applied irregularly on the artworks to produce effects that naturally reveal its coarse surfaces and engravings.
All works are carefully fired in an extremely labor-intensive process, nurturing high temperatures in wood-fired kilns for over a week. The final form of work is a marriage of the natural marks left by the wood-fire, and expert vision of Inchin Lee.