Analuisa Corrigan

renowned ceramic artist and lighting designer

  • This renowned ceramic artist and lighting designer has always been creating work in several mediums, but decided to work specifically with clay in the last few years. She works primarily in lighting, but also produces organic sculptures with shapes that recall the modern dancers she was often around during her youth
  • She comes from a long line of New York stagehands - her late father was the technical director for Alvin Ailey. She graduated from Parsons School of Design, where she studied communication design
  • Her organically shaped lighting is sought after by top designers and studios. Her work has been featured at Studio Giancarlo Valle’s annex during Frieze NY, Jeremiah Brent’s showroom Atrio, and buzzy Miracle Mile gallery Stroll Garden. She collaborated with Wooj, a lighting design company based in Brooklyn, to produce a 3D-printed version of her mini Scoop Lamps. She has produced custom pieces for the Aritzia flagship in Los Angeles
  • Her pieces are deceptively labor intensive, taking up to a month to make. After sketching and prototyping, each is carefully built up through a coil technique, then dried and sanded to achieve the desired silhouette. The resulting work feels simultaneously robust and delicate
  • She is based in LA, and is engaged to actor Logan Lerman
  • This renowned ceramic artist and lighting designer has always been creating work in several mediums, but decided to work specifically with clay in the last few years. She works primarily in lighting, but also produces organic sculptures with shapes that recall the modern dancers she was often around during her youth
  • She comes from a long line of New York stagehands - her late father was the technical director for Alvin Ailey. She graduated from Parsons School of Design, where she studied communication design
  • Her organically shaped lighting is sought after by top designers and studios. Her work has been featured at Studio Giancarlo Valle’s annex during Frieze NY, Jeremiah Brent’s showroom Atrio, and buzzy Miracle Mile gallery Stroll Garden. She collaborated with Wooj, a lighting design company based in Brooklyn, to produce a 3D-printed version of her mini Scoop Lamps. She has produced custom pieces for the Aritzia flagship in Los Angeles
  • Her pieces are deceptively labor intensive, taking up to a month to make. After sketching and prototyping, each is carefully built up through a coil technique, then dried and sanded to achieve the desired silhouette. The resulting work feels simultaneously robust and delicate
  • She is based in LA, and is engaged to actor Logan Lerman
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Analuisa Corrigan is a renowned ceramic artist and lighting designer. She has always been creating work in several mediums, but decided to work specifically with clay in the last few years. Ana works primarily in lighting, but also produces organic sculptures with shapes that recall the modern dancers she was often around during her youth.  She comes from a long line of New York stagehands - her late father was the technical director for Alvin Ailey. She graduated from Parsons School of Design, where she studied communication design.

Her organically shaped lighting is sought after by top designers and studios. Her work has been featured at Studio Giancarlo Valle’s annex during Frieze NY, Jeremiah Brent’s showroom Atrio, and buzzy Miracle Mile gallery Stroll Garden. She collaborated with Wooj, a lighting design company based in Brooklyn, to produce a 3D-printed version of her mini Scoop Lamps. She has produced custom pieces for the Aritzia flagship in Los Angeles. 

Corrigan’s pieces are deceptively labor intensive, taking up to a month to make. After sketching and prototyping, each is carefully built up through a coil technique, then dried and sanded to achieve the desired silhouette. The resulting work feels simultaneously robust and delicate.

She is based in LA, and is engaged to actor Logan Lerman.

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