Shulamit Millar is a ceramic artist who lives and works in Givatayim, near Tel Aviv. Millar studied Archaeology and History of Art at the Jerusalem Hebrew University and Ceramics at the Tel Hai College, Upper Galilee. She teaches Ceramics at the Tel Aviv Museum of Modern Art, and runs a local studio. Her works have been exhibited nationally and internationally, and are part of numerous collections. Millar is also a member of the Israeli Ceramic Association and the International Academy of Ceramics.
“My work is mainly in porcelain, with a quest into crystalline and volcanic glazes, recently – the addition of soluble colourants. The aim is to capture landscape formations and geological processes which are assimilated into vessels that are either thrown and altered or molded with paper porcelain.”