artGuide features Regina Voncannon

Seagrove pottery and ceramic art from Regina Voncannon

Multi-disciplined ceramic artist Regina Voncannon is a Seagrove artist creating works from a variety of mediums.  Located in the top pottery and ceramic art location of Seagrove, North Carolina,  Voncannon has been creating artworks ranging from abstract art to functional art.  artGuide was pleased to feature Voncannon in our Artist Intros section.  

Reginia Voncannon
Pottery Juction Studio
Seagrove North Carolina

Regina was born in Tacoma, WA to a military family and spent her young life traveling all over the US and Europe.  Regina met her husband, Eddie, while she was studying at Central Texas College.  They moved their business to Seagrove, NC, known as “The Pottery Capital of the World” and opened their studio Pottery Junction in 1989.

Regina has perfected her art over the years, focusing on shape and form. She is a prolific artist not tied to any special type of ceramic style, she works in a variety of techniques ranging from Raku to porcelain and stoneware. Regina makes beautiful hand turned works which range from abstract flowing designs with eye catching textures to fully functional, yet beautifully utilitarian wares. Currently she is moved by metallic surface and whimsical form working with mixed mediums as part of her finished designs such as beads, metal, plastic shapes, and other materials which aid in the look and expressions the finished works express.   

Voncannon was a featured artist in artGuide's Artist Intros Section in February 2017.  Top Southeastern artists are featured in Artist Intros every three months.  Be sure to check out other top artists and their work in Artist Intros