Surrounded by tall trees, the sea, and both the new and the old Lillebælt bridges, CLAY Museum of Ceramic Art Denmark could not wish for a more picturesque location. This is where art, architecture and nature meet. “We want to open the doors to a world of magic. Clay has so many expressions – it can be heavy or light as a feather, and imagination is the only limit to the amount of shapes you can create with it. It is an extraordinary material,” says Pia Wirnfeldt, director at CLAY.