Christina Sullo was born and raised in central Kansas and lived in Georgia and South Carolina between 1979 until 2010. She and her husband now live in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
I have always had a love for clay and when I discovered raku, I found my passion. The surprise and spontaneity of each firing is thrilling.
Primitive and ethnic art are especially interesting to me and influence the style of my work. It gives me a feeling of connecting with ancient ancestors.