Sondra Perry

Ceramic Artist and Jewelry Designer

unknown.jpgAs a child, I was always interested in art, but it was not until I retired from Mare Island Naval Shipyard in 1994, where I worked as a Machined Parts Inspector, that I really embraced my art.

As a student at Solano Community College, I enrolled in numerous art classes.  Then in 1996, I discovered clay.  I remember walking by the clay studio where the instructor was working on a clay sculpture, and I knew immediately that was what I wanted to do. This was the beginning of my love affair with clay.

I enrolled in almost all the clay classes which included pottery wheel classes.  Although my favorite were the sculpture classes.

In recent years, I’ve become interested in jewelry design, which I truly love.  I love working with natural stones.

My work has been exhibited in the Fairfield Visual Arts Association Juried Art Show.

Solano Community College Gallery in Davis,

My work may also be seen in “Little Art Shop” Benicia’s Tannery Building.
129 First Street
Benicia, Ca.