Medium: Metalwork, Mixed Media
Corrina Sephora began her life-long interest in metalworking at the age of five in her father’s workshop. Her work often examines the surface of the water and the fragile intangibility of that space. These images emerge as waves, boats, birds, and branches. She primarily uses metal and recycled materials in the creation of her artistic legacies.
Her awards include “Best in Show” from Annette Cone-Skelton of MOCA GA, The People’s Choice Award in Ocala Florida, and numerous other awards. Corrina’s metalwork is on permanent display at The Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site, The Atlanta Botanical Gardens, Temple Sinai, and multiple private collections internationally.