Lanelle Abueva-Fernando is a potter based in Antipolo City, Philippines. She specializes in functional, handmade stoneware ceramics.

Lanelle has been in the ceramic business since 1981. She graduated with a Certificate in Fine Arts from the University of the Philippines Diliman, later apprenticed with a potter in Hachijo Island, Japan for three years, and furthered her studies in ceramics at the Sun Valley Center For The Arts in Idaho, USA.

After the eruption of Mount Pinatubo in 1991, Lanelle began incorporating volcanic ash glaze into some of her pieces. She also tied up with the EVA Charity Foundation, a foundation which supports indigenous peoples displaced by the eruption.

Lanelle has had numerous solo and group exhibits. She continues to produce handmade ceramics in her studio in Antipolo. She supplies ceramic pieces to several restaurants, resorts, and hotels in the country and abroad.

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4 Responses to “About Lanelle”


  1. 1 lydia paredes January 12, 2010 at 9:57 pm

    lanelle is the best teacher ever. so generous and giving with her knowledge! thanks for being my teacher…!!!

  2. 2 bong garrovillo January 24, 2010 at 9:40 am

    Lanelle is a good soul, ever loving, generous and giving not only with her knowledge but with her time and resources … love you, Lanelle!

  3. 3 Rosario Razon Evamgelista March 4, 2010 at 7:15 am

    Lanelle is a very potter in fact I have most of her items and almost all my friends who uses them in my house admires and loves them.
    Lanelle my lovely friend is friend to all but most of all I love how she takes care of her daughters and her parents and all her relatives. I love you my friend.

  4. 4 candy bandong July 1, 2010 at 12:07 am

    Hi Lanelle,

    I hope you still remember me. I used to be your neighbor in Area 17 many many years ago. We used to play in your swimming pool made by Tito Billy. I was formerly Candy Lagmay, and our family lived in Area 17 and then 14. My father, Fred, passed away last Dec 2005, but my mom, Leti is still in U.P. Purok Heneral Aguinaldo on campus. She is 82.
    I saw a feature of your Crescent Moon Cafe on t.v. yesterday in a show called Balitang America hosted by Gel Santos Relos. I was thrilled to see your ceramic studio and the restaurant that served healthy innovative dishes that are made with the large leaves. I live in Foster City, CA and have been here since 1983. I will be a grandmother in September after raising 4 now adult children. I hope to see you when we travel home.

    Candy


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