Philly based small batch ceramic artist Leena Muley is hosting a pop up shop at Commonweal Gallery.
Leena Muley’s limited collection of works will be featured in a pop-up shop at Commonweal Gallery from Wednesday through Saturday of this week. The proceeds of each one-of-a-kind hand-made ceramic piece will yield a 10% donation to The Attic Youth Center.
Leena’s work blends a love of clean lines, geometric shapes, and bold colors with the natural beauty of stoneware clay. Inspired by Sacred Geometry, her pieces are both aesthetically pleasing and meaningful. Her creations are ideal for bringing a touch of sunshine into your home, or office space, or as a gift for a loved one.
“There is something so elegant in the representation of the third eye through a small red circle. I’ve come to see the single dot as a symbol of the incredible inner power that’s within us all. The Bindi Bowls are playful explorations of finding the third eye. Each bowl is a one-of-a-kind piece. On some, I’ve hand-painted singular circles against colorful backgrounds, positioned so that when you look at the dot of glaze at a certain angle, the rim of the bowl interacts with the dot to form an eye. Other others, eyes are represented in the handles, which are also influenced by the designs of traditional Indian jewelry.” – Leena Muley
Leena has a true dedication to creating ceramic pieces that bring comfort to daily rituals. With each piece she creates, she ensures that it is made with compassion and attention to detail. Every piece she creates is designed with beauty and practicality in mind; her ceramics can be used for everyday tasks but also make excellent decor items due to their unique shapes, colors, and textures.
The Leena Muley Pop-Up Shop at Commonweal Gallery will open on Wednesday, December 7 at 11 am and run through Saturday, closing at 6 pm.