Sculptures by Christina Watka seen at Felicity House, NYC, New York - Murmuration
Sculptures by Christina Watka seen at Felicity House, NYC, New York - Murmuration
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Murmuration

The movement of this work was especially exciting. The space is an old townhouse, so the stairwell is grand and open, and the work cascades around the walls in a breathtaking way, pulling reds and berry hues around the cool painted walls and into the air. Hundreds of hand-sculpted porcelain pieces remind the viewer of people, walking up and down the stairs, visiting the space and leaving their mark.

Meet the Creator

Christina Watka is a Portland, Maine based installation artist who specializes in large-scale installation art. Watka’s installations evoke naturally dynamic patterns found in swarms, flocks, cells, constellations, and topographical maps. Her work often captures the natural light in specific spaces by using low-relief sculptural undulations that ebb and flow in a visual conversation about density, structured chaos, lightness, and air.

Available for commission/custom work