Lisa Clague always knew that she wanted to be an artist. After years of studio education studying illustration, painting, textiles, and jewelry, she became interested in ceramics and the possibilities of experimenting with materials. Clague’s work depicts what she calls “masked hybrid creatures” which are inspired by her “dreams, delightful fancies, or feverish horrors. Nature, ancient art, antique toys, old dolls that are beyond repair, all feed my imagination.”