Kimberlyn Bloise is a ceramic artist living in Lawrenceville, PA. Working mainly in porcelain, Kimberlyn makes musical ceramic objects, specializing in pieces that are dually-functional as drinking vessels and musical instruments. She's working on patenting the flute handle that makes it possible for you to play a tune and have your coffee at the same time. In December of 2014, Kimberlyn graduated from Mercyhurst University with a B.A. in Studio Art and moved back home to Pittsburgh. She was a member of the ceramics cooperative at Union Project in Highland Park from 2014 to 2016 where she taught ceramics classes and worked alongside some truly wonderful artists. Kimberlyn was chosen to receive an Emerging Artist Scholarship for the Three Rivers Arts Festival in 2015, which kickstarted her business as a traveling artist. Kimberlyn now enjoys traveling to art shows all over the country to sell her work.