Before the ‘Old Day in Hong Kong’ workshop, participants need to prepare images of buildings or items of old-time Hong Kong, to be printed out on paper in black and white. During the workshop, the participants will be taught to transfer the images onto clay cups or plates. After which, the participants’ works will be taken to Pinch Creation’s studio for the process of firing to turn clay into ceramic. The completed ceramic works will then be packed and mailed to the workshop’s participants by Pinch Creation.
Born and raised in Hong Kong, Sara Lee is an interior designer with extensive experience in projects in and outside Hong Kong. Her professionalism in interior design shines through in several key projects, including the award-winning UA Moko Cinema, Wynn Macau VIP Casino, shopping galleries and more.
Sara is passionate about creating original artwork and uses various forms of artwork to convey her ideas. Having studied printmaking in 2018, Sara enjoys the process of craftsmanship and uses different mediums for her work – with pottery, painting and printmaking being her major creative mediums.
In 2018, Sara established the pottery workshop Pinch Creation with the hope of reviving traditional handcrafts while promoting the culture of pottery.