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June 1, 2019 - July 13, 2019

Blood of the earth

A Corrina Sephora Art & Metalworks Exhibition

Blood of the earth


Corrina Sephora


Corrina Sephora is a contemporary mixed media artist specializing in metal sculpture, painting, and installation. Throughout the past 24 years, Corrina has lived and worked in Atlanta, GA. For the last decade, Corrina has worked with the form of Boats as a point of inspiration in narratives of family, memory, and personal history, imbuing it with symbolism of the journey of life. Her work currently explores lunar images, cells, and the universe as meditation through making. Additionally a side project evolved into a body of work utilizing the material and spiritual transformation of Guns.

She works individually and collaboratively creating a dialogue with personal psychology, social interest, and a current state of being in the world through art, producing work, teaching, and executing commissions for both public and private environments.

Corrina received her BFA in Metals and Sculpture at Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA, in 1995. She received her MFA in Fine Arts and Sculpture in 2005 from Georgia State University, and has studied abroad extensively.

Corrina teaches metalworking through her studio and has previously been an adjunct professor in the Art and Visual Culture department at Spelman College as well as a professor of art at Georgia State University, University of Georgia, and Savannah College of Art & Design.

A selection of her awards include: “Best in Show” Annette Cone-Skelton of MOCA GA, “Best in Show “ , “First Place”, “Honorable Mention,” and “Second Place” at the North Charleston National Outdoor Sculpture Competition & Exhibition; the People’s Choice Award, Ocala, FL where the work was purchased and is now in the permanent collection, and a Silver Award at Icarus International, North Carolina. Corrina’s work is on permanent display at The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Park, The Atlanta Botanical Gardens, Greenfield Hebrew Academy, and is in the collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia and in national private collections, including Jane Fonda and Elton John.

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