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Bridget Fox

Biography to Display: 


1996 BFA Ceramics, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia


2001-2012 Core Assistant, Roger Jamison's, Juliette Anagama, spring and fall firings, Juliette, Georgia

2012-2015 Energy Xchange, Burnsville, North Carolina


Studio Artist Mushroom Factory, Burnsville, North Carolina


 Bridget Fox is known for complicated forms which reference seed pod’s forms and interiors. Fox utilizes hand building techniques including pinch, coil, and slab to build her mostly small scale sculptural objects. When needed, she also uses the potter’s wheel, slab roller, molds or the extruder for making the initial form.

Fox alters and adds onto each piece to develop the complicated forms and then refines the surface. Fox carves, pokes, stamps, adds clay appendages, and impresses natural material and found objects into the clay. Color is very important in Fox’s work. She applies layers of glaze which she then scrapes through revealing areas of various stages of glazing, colors and textures. Most of her work is oxidation fired to cone 6 in an electric kiln.

While at the University of Georgia she studied with Andy Nasisse and Ted Saupe.

Initially, Fox made pit fired functional objects but moved on the creating more complex and exotic vessels.


Bibliography to Display: 

2009 Coyote Clay and Glaze Ad, Ceramics Monthly January (image).

Kovac, Joe Jr. “Clay Play.” Life and Style section, Macon Telegraph, April 20, 2004.

__________. “The Natural World.”  Out and About section, Macon Telegraph, August 6, 2004.

Long, Susan. “Creative Kilns.” Macon Magazine, April/May, 2008.
“Macon Mud Clay Studio.” Life and Style section, Macon Food and Culture, November, 2006.


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Source: Artist


Artist's Studio: Mushroom Factory



Center for CraftSouthern Highland Craft Guild



Center for CraftCenter For Craft


Typical Marks

“B.Fox” carved into bottom of work.

Lippy Cucurbita Bowl
Date: 2008
Materials: Porcelain
Surface Technique: Glaze
Photo: TMP
Photo: TMP
Photo: TMP

Citation: "The Marks Project." Last modified June 9, 2023.