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Guest at: Grain Belt Bottling House – 79

79 13th Ave NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
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My name is Kordula Coleman and I am a figurative ceramic sculptor. I live and work in Northeast Minneapolis.

After immigrating to the US in 2000 from Cologne, Germany, I rekindled my love for sculpting with clay.
I started sculpting at an early age and am a ceramic journeyman. My biggest challenge and achievement can be seen in the taproom of the local Hispanic brewery La Doña Cerveceria – my piece ‘La Doña’. It is a large, almost life size Day of the Dead sculpture, permanently installed since 2018.

Communicating my thoughts and emotions through my art is really important to me. I want to reach out to viewers through my art, and highlight our shared humanity. My goal is to create art that viewers can connect with in a direct, intuitive way. To accomplish that is one of my greatest rewards.


Online Sales

Kordula Coleman takes online orders for pickup and shipping through this website.

Pickup Hours

By appointment only. Please indicate desired pickup times when you check out.


Kordula Coleman takes commissions.

Online Store

Colorfully textured Raku plates link to this group

These plates combine four different decorative surface treatments – hand stamping, underglaze painting, Sgraffito and Raku firing. They are deeply textured, subtly colorful, and have the unique and dramatic glaze effects that only Raku firing can produce – glaze cracklé, blackening of the unglazed areas, and little metallic speckles. Use them as coasters for small flower pots, to secure jewelry, paper lips, or other small objects to be kept safe.

Thesw plates are not recommend for food usage because of the fine cracks in the glaze.

5 O’clock Tea Plates link to this group

These little plates are big enough to cover you tea cup or mug for steeping, and to receive the teabag after steeping is completed. They are non toxic and food safe, so you can also use them for condiments or snacks. Or store your jewelry, paper clips or other small objects to be kept safe.

Dishwasher safe

Raku planters link to this group

These little Raku fired planters are perfect for succulents or as seed starters. They are hand shaped, stamped and painted, and the Raku firing process has given them unique and exciting surface effects like metallic speckles, blackening and cracklé.
They have a draining hole in the bottom.

not recommended for food usage


Historical Fiction planters link to this group

Inspired by my love for historical fiction and period dress, I came up with these planters that can hold herbs or succulents. They are in two parts and the upper part has a drainage hole.

not recommended for food usage

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