Design Miami/ 2022

November 30 - December 4, 2022

For Design Miami/ 2022 Curio, Stroll Garden is excited to showcase new ceramic work by artist Lily Clark, alongside new minimalist woodwork by the studio Prísma. The exhibition will also feature textural ceramic vessels by Raina Lee and Jane Yang-D’Haene. The exhibition will take the form of a Southern California-inspired garden landscape, complete with gravel and native plants.


Lily Clark works with water as her primary medium.  Her elegant, geometric ceramic fountains draw inspiration from California geology and mimic the shapes of large-scale systems used to control and channel water. On view at Design Miami/ will be large-scale compositions that incorporate stones sourced from the gulf of Baja in La Paz, which Clark spent months fine-tuning to achieve her desired water flow and sound. Clark will also debut new birdbath pieces that highlight the qualities of still water: glassy, reflective, and deceptively cavernous. The interior of the basin is glazed in a rich black, heightening the luster of the water’s surface. When placed outside, the black water lights up like a James Turrell skyspace, reflecting the changing light of the sky and clouds.


Prísma is a furniture studio helmed by partners Sara Lee Hantman and Coley Brown. Their woodwork designs are defined by simplicity, quality, and ease. The newest pieces by Prísma, debuting at Design Miami/, are inspired by California’s Sierra Nevada mountain range. The Sierra pedestals and tables mimic a reduced shape of the mountain tops through a series of 45 degree knife-edge cuts.Using similar 45 degree angles to create a “zig zag shape,” the Zig Zag bench offers a playful yet multifunctional storage shelf and bench in one. Stroll Garden will also display several original designs including the Isabel Lounge Chair, a low-slung, minimalist chair that would be comfortable for one, and perhaps inviting enough for two.


Raina Lee and Jane Yang-D’Haene hand-build vessels inspired by classical Korean and Chinese ceramic silhouettes — objects that populated both artists’ childhood homes. The two are also united by their bold experimentation with glaze chemistry, resulting in sculptural, unexpected surface textures and unique colors. Stroll Garden will show several recent large-scale jars and vases from each artist.