Alix Williams is from Bremen, Georgia and graduating in May 2021 with a BA in Fine Arts. She developed a passion for ceramics in her sophomore year of college. She enjoys making pottery and sculpture, and after she graduates she plans to explore interior design career options and continue creating as a freelance artist.
Work is for sale.
These lamps are created with natural materials of minerals and mulberry fibers that are transformed to clay, paper, and ink. They are then manipulated through slab rolling, hand building, and fine art printmaking into the assembled work presented here for my final Capstone exhibition. Each piece involved hand building with medium-fire clay, surface treatments of clear glaze coating, and individualized monotype printmaking with oil-based inks on Japanese Kozo paper. Each piece has been electrified to further its utilitarian function as a device for illumination and environmental augmentation.