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 use raku firing techniques. to explore ceramic form, as well as to commemorate beloved horses with horsehair raku.
Hi! I'm Christina, and my passion is pottery. Growing up in Nashville, I was lucky enough to be surrounded by endless creativity, which inspired me to fully pursue my own. I graduated with honors from Furman University in 2015, and I'm starting this wild and crazy journey right here in the upstate of South Carolina.
My work currently specializes in functional electric and wood-fired stoneware. I also do custom horsehair raku pieces for those who would like a special commemoration of their beloved horses.
WMAC 2019 Juried Show, West Main Artists Co-op, Spartanburg SC
Travelers Rest Farmers Market, Travelers Rest, SC (Aug. 8, 22, 29, Sept. 5, 19, 26)
Made South, The Factory, Franklin, TN (Nov. 20-21)