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Andi has had a life long love of arts in all forms. Growing up on the East Coast in a family of artists and designers, she is a Royal Academy of Dance trained dancer, performing throughout New England, and was featured with her dance troupe in multiple appearances in Eastern Europe. At 16, Andi was awarded a grant from the Arts District in her hometown to choreograph a performance arts piece. She has also worked in the visual arts, as a painter, photographer, and model.

Andi’s love of ceramics and pottery began early, influenced by her mother, an interior designer, artist and gardener. Andi began throwing pots in the 8th grade, and enhanced her craft while studying dance at Sarah Lawrence College, taking courses in ceramic arts in between dance performances. Andi refocused on ceramics in 2006 when she joined Xiem Clay Center in Pasadena, and has not looked back since. Her work strives to encapsulate all her loves while keeping things simple and accessible. She loves the utility, the beauty, and the process of making ceramic art, and recently she added ceramic pendants to her repertoire. Andi is also an avid and talented gardener, and lover of animals and nature

Andi has had a life long love of arts in all forms. Growing up on the East Coast in a family of artists and designers, she is a Royal Academy of Dance trained dancer, performing throughout New England, and was featured with her dance troupe in multiple appearances in Eastern Europe. At 16, Andi was awarded a grant from the Arts District in her hometown to choreograph a performance arts piece. She has also worked in the visual arts, as a painter, photographer, and model.

Andi’s love of ceramics and pottery began early, influenced by her mother, an interior designer, artist and gardener. Andi began throwing pots in the 8th grade, and enhanced her craft while studying dance at Sarah Lawrence College, taking courses in ceramic arts in between dance performances. Andi refocused on ceramics in 2006 when she joined Xiem Clay Center in Pasadena, and has not looked back since. Her work strives to encapsulate all her loves while keeping things simple and accessible. She loves the utility, the beauty, and the process of making ceramic art, and recently she added ceramic pendants to her repertoire. Andi is also an avid and talented gardener, and lover of animals and nature

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