I first met Corina at the Garland County Single Parent Scholarship Fund sale last December at National Park Community College. I was instantly drawn to her Raku fired pottery and her obvious love for her work. She has been practicing pottery for about six years, what started out as a "paint your own pot" has turned into a true love. She loves crafts and is torn in every direction, so as the saying goes "Jack-of-all-trades and Master of None." Her raku potttery is just one of her many personalities and since moving to Hot Springs a few years ago, she has been able to expand and learn more, thanks to this artistic community.
She has a wonderful selection of Raku trays that are perfect for display or trinkets available in the shop.