Bringing a form to life within her hands, Fiona Waterstreet enjoys the meditative process that begins in water and minerals and ends in anticipation as it transforms within a fiery kiln.
She began throwing clay in 2009 at the Greenwich House Pottery Studio in New York. After learning how to make cylinders and bowls, Waterstreet reached a point where she wanted to make something more dynamic with the clay. Treasuring the freedom of sculpting the material with her hands, Waterstreet created her own distinct art form of abstract objects. Born in England, Waterstreet moved to America in the early 1980s and currently lives and works in New York City.