Meet The Artists

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Karen Singer
MFA, Principal and Artistic Director

Karen Singer has been designing and fabricating custom ceramic murals, awards and donor
recognition for clients across the United States for 21 years. Her extensive client list includes the University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA), Ronald McDonald House (Jacksonville, FL and Baltimore, MD), and Doylestown Hospital (Doylestown, PA).

karen@karensinger.com

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Lisa Longo
General Manager

Lisa came to KST with a background  of 25 years of business management experience. She has worked in a wide range  of  business environments including manufacturing, real estate development, import/export, accounting, and a retail farmer’s market. Lisa began taking Karen Singer’s classes in the early eighties, became her apprentice in the nineties, officially came on board in 1993, and now runs the company.

Lisalisa@karensinger.com

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Sebra Debrecht

Production Artist

Sebra received her Bachelors in Fine Arts and Art History from the Kansas City Art Institute in 2014. Majoring in ceramics, Sebra’s studies include a five-week study abroad at the International Ceramic Studio (ICS) in Kecskement, Hungary, and was awarded a Copaken Scholarship to attend a two-week long workshop at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Colorado. Originally from Dallas, Texas, Sebra is a recent transplant to the Philadelphia area, and in her free time maintains a personal workspace with The Clay Studio as well as assistant teaches with the studio’s outreach program the Claymobile.

sebra@karensinger.com

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