Inside the Studio

Visit with Christina Watka

Tucked away in upstate New York, installation artist and mother-to-be Christina Watka gives us an inside look at her sun soaked studio. From small sculpted pods of porcelain for an upcoming Murmuration installation, to copper-joined pieces of mica, as part of a recent installation at Etsy’s Brooklyn headquarters, go behind the scenes with the latest additions to Christina’s ongoing series’.

Photos by Kate Ignatowski

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