• Sun Kim, Large Vase, 2018
    Sun Kim
    Large Vase, 2018
    stamped by the artist
    18 x 16 x 12 cm
    7 1/8 x 6 1/4 x 4 3/4 inches
    £ 400.00
  • Sun Kim, Medium Vase, 2018
    Sun Kim
    Medium Vase, 2018
    stamped by the artist
    15 x 15 x 11 cm
    5 7/8 x 5 7/8 x 4 3/8 inches
    £ 300.00
  • Sun Kim, Geometric Vessel, 2018
    Sun Kim
    Geometric Vessel, 2018
    stamped by the artist
    15 x 20 x 6 cm
    5 7/8 x 7 7/8 x 2 3/8 inches
    £ 325.00
  • Sun Kim, Pair of Geometric Vessels, 2018
    Sun Kim
    Pair of Geometric Vessels, 2018
    stamped by the artist
    C1: 9 x 17 x 4 cm
    3 1/2 x 6 3/4 x 1 5/8 inches
    C2: h 14 x w 20 x d 4 cm
    £ 675.00

“My work focuses on making functional objects which explore the relationship between the traditional and the contemporary. The inspiration comes from my surroundings: objects and their historical context, architecture, texture, colour, design and nature. They all continually feed my visual language and open new paths of investigation. Making is not only a personal journey but also my interest in generating interaction and a narrative within the environment.”


Born in Saudi Arabia and brought up in Brazil, Sun Kim is a Korean ceramicicst who moved to the UK in 2004 to undertake a studio assistantship with Edmund de Waal - one of the world's leading artists working in ceramics today. Having studied ceramics and received her first BA in Fine Arts in Sao Paulo, Brazil, she continued her studies in ceramics, graduating with a second BA from Alfred University, New York in 2003. In 2007 she set up her own studio practice in London where she is currently based.


Since Kim moved to London she has been exhibiting throughout the UK and internationally. Exhibitions include Cheongju International Crafts Biennale (Korea), Officine Saffi (Italy), British Ceramics Bienniale, Ceramic Ireland International, European Ceramic Context (Denmark), and The Clay Art Centre (USA). She has work in permanent collections including the Museum of Northern Ireland and Mashiko Museum of Ceramic Art, Japan