Artist Julie Fawn Boisseau-Craig works in porcelain and glass primarily but utilizes metals and wood as necessary to create her sculptural, wearable and or functional pieces. Her studio, Wild Pony Studio, is located in Rockford Tennessee. There she works with the clay, wood, metal and lampworked glass. She also works in hot glass at the Jackson County Green Energy Park in Dillsboro, North Carolina. She has shown nationally and participated in and taught many workshops and demonstrations. Julie received her Masters of Fine Arts Degree in December of 2012. Julie taught Introduction to Visual Art, 3D Art, Drawing and Ceramics at Western Carolina University. She also taught Drawing and Ceramics at Southwestern Community College in North Carolina. Julie was also an artist assistant to Tennessee based glass artist Richard Jolley. Her work directly responds to the contradictions and complexities of life. She strives to create beauty out of chaos.