Meet the Artists

Meet the Artists
Past Fellowship Artists
  • 2013–14 Fellowship Artist

    • Kevin Rohde
      Kevin Rohde

      is the recipient of the 2013-14 Lormina Salter Fellowship. Kevin received his B.A. from Keystone College in 2007 and his MFA from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania in 2012. He recently completed a Fogelberg Fellowship at Northern Clay Center in Minneapolis, MN. Where he was the instructor of several figurative sculpting courses. Kevin’s figurative Sculpture addresses the individual’s relationship to culture though their postures, expressions, and surface applications. Images of his current work and additional information can be found at

    2012–13 Fellowship Artist

  • Brett Freund
    Brett Freund

    joined the Baltimore Clayworks community as the Lormina Salter Fellowship artist for 2012-13. He received his MFA from Southern Illinois University of Edwardsville in 2011 and was announced Emerging Arstist 2012 by Ceramics Monthly. Brett has traveled far and wide across the country finding his voice and is excited to share his knowledge with the students at Baltimore Clayworks. 

  • 2011–12 Fellowship Artist

  • Shalya Marsh
    Shalya Marsh

    Shalya Marsh is the recipient of the 2010–11 Lormina Salter Fellowship.  She earned a BFA in Ceramics from the State University of New York at New Paltz and has participated in numerous residencies and workshops including a Kiln God Residency at Watershed, a Studio Assistantship at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts and Penland. 


    2010–11 Fellowship Artist

    Aisha Harrison

  • Aisha Harrison

    Aisha is a native of Olympia, WA. Aisha’s figurative work explores the intricacies of human emotion that arise from owning a biracial identity in contemporary American society.


2009–10 Fellowship Artist

  • Hae-Jung Lee
    Hae-Jung Lee

    is the 2009–10 Lormina Salter Fellow and the most recent artist-resident at Clayworks as well as the city of Baltimore.



2008–09 Fellowship Artist

  • Yoshi Fujii
    Yoshi Fujii

    received his M.F.A from Southern Illinois University Carbondale. His interest is in wheel-thrown porcelain utilitarian and sculptural work.


2007–08 Fellowship Artist

  • Myung Rye Kim
    Myung Rye Kim

    has an MFA from Kookmin University in Seoul, Korea and from the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence. Her work has been exhibited nationally as well as internationally in Korea, Japan, New Zealand, Russia and Turkey.

2006–07 Fellowship Artist

2005–06 Fellowship Artist

2003–05 Fellowship Artist

2002–03 Fellowship Artist

2001–02 Fellowship Artist

1999–00 Fellowship Artist

1997–98 Fellowship Artist

1996–97 Fellowship Artist

1995–96 Fellowship Artist

1993–94 Fellowship Artist

1991–92 Fellowship Artist

1990–93 Fellowship Artist