(American, born 1931)
Washington-based artist Ken Lundemo creates sculptures combining wood, metal, stone, and ceramics.
Born in Tacoma, Lundemo received an Associate of Arts degree from Olympic College, in Bremerton, after serving four years in the Navy in the 1950s. He later returned to Olympic College to study ceramics in the 1980s, and is largly self-taught in welding, wood, and stone carving. His home and studio are located in on twenty acres of woodlands in South Puget Sound, where he also keeps an anagama (wood-fired) kiln.