Graduate of Washington State University and post graduate work at the University of Oklahoma and various porcelain art schools. Former college teacher who now teaches private classes in her home. She prefers the rich colors of egg tempera and minerals on porcelain to all other mediums. She has had one man shows in Virginia, Louisiana,
and Oregon. She has been an active member in several co-op galleries and participates in several other galleries. She has won many awards for her work and travels and teaches seminars when time allows. Mineral painting is an ancient art form that is both modern and medieval at the same time. The rich colors from digs all over the world
provide an array of color that is remarkable. These transparent and semi-transparent colors will draw you in as they have so many others. If you are entranced with how color can make the common place remarkable and the reality dream like....you will want to know her work.
She is a member of International Porcelain Artists and Teachers, Corvallis Art Guild, Artists in Action, Independent Women Artists,Heart of the Valley Mineral Painters,and a new member of the Egg Tempera Society.
Antonia Acock joined Pixels on August 4th, 2008.