What i do.
Connecting with the tradition of the anagama, these pieces explore the relationship between deliberate form and spontaneous surface.
You use it every day, why not enjoy it? My pieces are designed to add a simple elegence to your table.
I currently offer classes and workshops through Spartanburg Art Museum's art school, specializing in wheel throwing for all levels.
Christina Dixon was born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee. After earning her B. A. in Studio Art at Furman University in 2015, she moved to Spartanburg, South Carolina and began her career in ceramics. She became the Ceramics Studio Manager at Spartanburg Art Museum in 2017, and began teaching there soon after. Since then, Christina has exhibited all around the southeast, and her work is currently on display at Spartanburg Art Museum, Internal Affairs Gallery, and at The Art Lounge in Spartanburg, SC.
FEAST, Spartanburg Art Museum, June-August 2023
Sundays, Internal Affairs Gallery, June 2023
WREN Benefit Show, May 2023
Fire Song Anagama Kiln Exhibit, Anderson Arts Center, 2022