Cleveland artist and instructor Mark Yasenchak is perhaps best know for his ceramic art, though he works in a variety of media, from encaustic wax to music and poetry. Mark studied Biology at Baldwin-Wallace college before taking his first ceramics class in his senior year. His glazed, wheelthown pieces soon evolved in to handbuilt vessels with glazed detail as he explored the relationship between form and texture. He is currently combining his love of prose with elements of texture as he works with encaustic wax and found text to create collage pieces.
Looking at some of Mark’s vessels, you might think you already know what he’s got in store for the Art House Revealed Benefit Art Sale but don’t be too sure! The broad scope of Mark’s expertise leaves the question wide open. If you want to find out, click here!