Crystal Morey finds inspiration in the quickly changing and intricately complicated relationships humans and animals share in our natural world. With interests in both wild and urban landscapes, Morey is aware of human impacts on the environment and how all creatures and habitats are interconnected. Through the delicate medium of porcelain, she explores these ideas, creating a heightened sense of urgency and stress, commenting on our human evolutionary path.
Crystal Morey received her BFA in Ceramic Sculpture from the California College of the Arts and her MFA in Spatial Art from San Jose State University. Her work has been featured in New Age of Ceramics, 500 Figures in Clay, Juxtapoz, Hi-Fructose, American Art Collector, Hey Magazine, Palace Costas, Beautiful Bizarre, and Sculpture Review. Morey has been an artists in residence at The LH Project, Watershed, and Penland School of Craft. Currently living in Oakland, California she maintains an active studio practice exhibiting her work in galleries and museums regionally, nationally, and internationally.