This artist is exploring sexuality and playfulness through ceramics

Toronto-based artist Ness Lee invites us to her studio for an inside look at her work and inspiration.

Enter the minimalist inner world of artist Ness Lee

Toronto-based artist Ness Lee invites us to her studio for a inside look at her work and inspiration. 2:31

People regularly ask artist Ness Lee if she's the subject of her own work. Many of her ceramics all feature a quirky quasi-exhibitionist who bears a suspicious resemblance. But all of her works are populated by characters with distinct personalities and a marked sense of playfulness and sexuality. 

In this video, Lee invites you into the studio, gives you a look at her ceramics process and shows you a little bit of her minimalist inner world. Needless to say, we caution that there's nudity in the clip.

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