Dawson County Arts Unlimited, Inc.

CHRISTY WERT

 

Featuring the original works of Christy Wert of Glendive, Montana.

     Christy was born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She attended the University of Minnesota where she achieved her BA, and thereafter achieved a Master of Fine Art at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Canada. She later taught art and pottery at Pennsylvania State Univerity.

     She was most strongly influenced by Warren Mackenzie, one of her Professors at the University of Minnesota. She performed many residences with Minnesota potters, and was able to take four trip to Europe and Italy where she further studied the Arts.

      Christy works with all forms of clay and glazing associated with pottery and ceramics. Her works may be found in galleries in Billings, Miles City, Livingston and Glendive, Montana.

 
All images Copyright 2007

Bowl "Porcelain Bowl"
Handcrafted porcelain bowl, approximately 10" in diameter. Contact the DCAU Gallery today for information regarding the purchase of this original piece, or for additional information regarding other works by Christy. Click on the thumbnail to see a larger image size with greater detail.

 

Plate "Cup and Saucer"
Handcrafted ceramic cup and saucer. Contact the DCAU Gallery today for information regarding the purchase of this original piece, or for additional information regarding other works by Christy. Click on the thumbnail to see a larger image size with greater detail.
 

Pitcher "Pitcher"
Handmade and crafted ceramic pitcher, made in a Northwestern totem style. Contact the DCAU Gallery today for information regarding the purchase of this original piece, or for additional information regarding other works by Christy. Click on the thumbnail to see a larger image size with greater detail.
 

teapot "Teapot"
Handcrafted and highly decorative ceramic teaport. Contact the DCAU Gallery today for information regarding the purchase of this original piece, or for additional information regarding other works by Christy. Click on the thumbnail to see a larger image size with greater detail.