Liisa Hallamaa (neé Larsen, later
Walden) born 1925.
completing her studies at Central School of Applied Arts (1949), she
joined Arabia in 1950 and worked at Arabia Art Department until 1970.
At Arabia she specialized in materials, thrown-methods and glazes.
Specially in her glazes she shows excellent colour sense.
leaving Arabia, during the years 1974-80, Hallamaa designed and made
art ceramics for her own Studio Alamaa, located in a small village in
Hallamaa exhibited in Finland numerous times
exhibition in Helsinki 1957, 1970, 1979) and abroad e.g. in Milano
(1957 and 1960), Syracusa, USA and New York 1958; Faenza 1964, Japan
1965, Tokyo 1970, Australia 1968, and Germany 1970.
with Silver Medal in Cannes (1955), Vallauris Usine L'hosfield de Golfe
Juan Award (1970), Faenza Gold Medal (1971) and Japan Gold Medal (1970