StitchPrism is designed and produced by KellyAnne Mifflin in Southwest Philadelphia. KellyAnne, a queer artist living with chronic illness, is a self-taught ceramicist who has been making adornment for body and home since 2009. All pieces begin as wet porcelain clay, then are cut and formed into shapes, joined with high heat wire, glazed in our signature colors, and fired in the kiln to 2232 degrees. They are topped with gold or silver metallic luster and kiln fired again, then paired with sterling silver, gold-filled, or surgical steel findings. Each ceramic piece is formed and glazed by hand at Black Hound Clay Studio, a community pottery space.
StitchPrism officially began in 2011 and has changed and morphed many times since! You may have originally known us to make crystal and geometric jewelry as well as glass aeriums. The name StitchPrism comes originally from embroidery work, thinking about colors, light, shapes, weaving, and connecting, concepts which are also all part of my current creative world too.