The Seminario Ceramics workshop, after careful study and contextualization of pottery techniques and
styles utilized in Peru’s ancient cultures, has created a new proposal for ceramic art that is apt for today’s
modern world. This new expression of art is the fruit of more than 35 years of research that Pablo
Seminario has undertaken, now known as the Seminario Style.
Pablo Seminario and Marilú Behar developed their style in Urubamba, a town in the heart of the Sacred
Valley of the Incas. The unique location fosters continual growth and a more widespread recognition of
this pair’s artwork.
Both the Cusco Museum of Pre-Columbian Art (MAP) and the Chicago Field Museum have acquired
their pieces. The workshop in Urubamba continues to grow, and it has become a place where art and
culture come together to create a magical atmosphere for every visitor.