Christina was born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee, where creativity can be found everywhere and anywhere. She caught the art bug early, for which she credits her mother, a former art dealer. She studied art at Furman University, concentrating in graphic design and ceramics, and graduating in 2015. While at school, her professor introduced her to horsehair raku, which is still her favorite firing technique.
Following graduation, Christina joined the West Main Artists Co-op in the fall of 2015. Since then, her work has been shown in galleries in South Carolina, Georgia, and at local art fairs. Christina has been the Ceramics Studio Manager here at SAM since the late fall of 2017 and teaching for SAM beginning the summer of 2018.
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