Haejin Lee is currently an active ceramic artist in City of Vancouver. Haejin has been a ceramic artist in Seoul, South Korea for over 10 years. She graduated from Hong-Ik University in Korea, received Master degree in Ceramic Art.
Her ceramic sculptures won Grand Prize in 2009 at Seoul Press Ceramic Competition in Korea, Special Award in 2012 at Taiwan Ceramic Biennale and many other awards in South Korea and other countries. She was later scouted by Kwangjuyo, renowned traditional Korean ceramics company in South Korea, while she was receiving her MFA at Hong-Ik University. Haejin Lee participated as a Head designer for ‘Modern-Line’ at the design department, the team developed styles which reinterpreted Korean traditional shapes to modern sensibility.
She moved to Vancouver BC and opened her own private studio that focuses on functional tableware. Haejin's designs are modern and simple; however, she brings out a unique, one of a kind feel to her designs. Presently, her art pieces are displayed at the Granville Island ceramic galleries, and distributed to many shops in British Columbia. Furthermore, she participates in many of the craft shows.
Her exhibition record includes shows at Asia New Century Contemporary Art Exhibition, Aichi Ceramic Art Museum in Japan, Diversified Measurements, Fu-Guei-Tan-Yuan Gallery in Taipei, Taiwan, 20 Times Group Exhibition and '( )4人展' MFA Graduate Exhibition at Sejul Gallery,
逍遙遊 Korea, Japan, USA Young Ceramic Artists Exchange Exhibition in Seoul, South Korea.
Her grand prized work ‘Face’ is currently exhibiting at Seoul, South Korea.
Her work ‘Face’ has been featured in Seoul Press on her Grand Prize.