Christopher David White graduated with a Bachelors degree of Fine Arts in Ceramics from Indiana University. Among his diverse portfolio are a series of ceramic and metal sculptures which mimic wood.

“Through the use of trompe l’oeil, we look closer; we rediscover the amazement, joy, and tranquility that come from our environment. At the same time, we witness our impermanence by evenhandedly dialing in on decay. Neither good nor bad, decay is simply a natural process of our world that at times can produce deeply moving and beautiful effects”, says Christopher.

He is a recipient of the Windgate Fellowship and the Nick’s English Hut Award in Ceramics from Indiana University.

graduated with a Bachelors degree of Fine Arts in Ceramics from Indiana University. Among his diverse portfolio are a series of ceramic and metal sculptures which mimic wood.

“Through the use of trompe l’oeil, we look closer; we rediscover the amazement, joy, and tranquility that come from our environment. At the same time, we witness our impermanence by evenhandedly dialing in on decay. Neither good nor bad, decay is simply a natural process of our world that at times can produce deeply moving and beautiful effects”, says Christopher.

He is a recipient of the Windgate Fellowship and the Nick’s English Hut Award in Ceramics from Indiana University.

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