Two Paths, Two Identities, One Individual explores
Grace Han being somewhere in between as an artist. Although she was
traditionally trained in Korea – where preserving the traditions of
Korean ceramics was essential – she finds that she can be free and truly
herself as an individual artist in her new home in Canada. Speaking two
distinct languages has also broadened her views in art – she finds that
the process is an important part of her work. By entering into the
space that Grace Han creates, the audience can experience her struggles,
interact with her work where her emotions have been captured, and see
what she truly is in between. 
Han is a ceramic artist originally trained in Seoul, South Korea. She
received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Dankook University where she
specialized in traditional Korean Ceramic techniques and skills. She
then worked for several years in one of the largest ceramic companies in
Korea and built on her ceramics knowledge and experience outside of
academia. She immigrated to Canada in 2011 and is pursuing her career as
a ceramic artist in her new home.