About Micol Ceramics
Micòl Hernández was born in Elche, Spain. At the age of 18, she traveled to Valencia to study art and design with Spanish sculptor Enrique Mestre. After receiving her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Valencia, Micòl founded Denebola Studio with fellow Spanish ceramicist Cristina Suarez.
In 2003, Micòl moved to Italy to study at the Gaetano Ballardini Ceramic Art Institute of Faenza, where she received a post-graduate degree in tiling.
Afterwards she returned to Spain to begin her personal career as an artist. In addition to long hours in the studio, Micòl attended various workshops in art centers around Europe. Her travels included courses in several cities in Spain, as well as artist residency programs in London and Denmark.
Micòl has an extensive career as an art teacher. She has taught in workshops, art centers, and schools, always with the clear objective of promoting contemporary ceramics in society.
In 2010, Micól moved to New York City, where she currently lives and works.