Corinne D. Peterson

Born in Minnesota

Corinne D. Peterson has been making clay sculpture beginning in 1986, when her dreams about clay led her to take a ceramics class at Lillstreet Art Center. Captivated by the possibilities of artistic expression with clay, she took more classes, developed her skills, and shifted her career focus to art. Peterson was awarded several residencies at the Ragdale Foundation and spent a month in residence at Taiwan Normal University.

Sculptures by Peterson are in numerous private and public collections, including Kirkland & Ellis, Advocate Lutheran General Hospital and Oakton College. Her clay tile murals and mosaics can be seen at many Chicago area locations, such as the CTA station at Roosevelt and State, Latin Middle School, and several Chicago Park District facilities. She has exhibited in solo and group shows throughout the country. She recently exhibited with CSI at Art Chicago, Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, and outdoors at Garfield Park Conservatory.

This artist may be available to create commissioned work. Contact us for details. You can also find out more about this artist at www.cdpeterson.com.

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Place to Rest - Sand

Place to Rest - Whirlwind

Place to Rest - Bracken

Place to Rest - Blue

Here I Stand

Vertical Extensions

Desert

For Sarajane III

Flow

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Trans/Forming Wall - Labyrinth

Urban Wall: Evidence

Urban Wall: Rage

Bethel Courtyard Wall

Retaining Wall 1

Retaining Wall 2

Brigids Landscape

Inannas Landscape

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