With a background of studies in UK, a lively professional career and an original technique, Christina Morali belongs to a group of contemporary artists who throughout the years have given a new lease of life to Greek Ceramics.
She started her professional career in ceramics in 1975. She creates objects and figurative sculptures which are inspired by her need to express personal experience and feelings. In order to give this expression, an autonomous shape and an artistic symbolism, she experiments tirelessly with materials, techniques, forms and meanings.
She makes sculptural, functional and decorative ceramics. Mostly works with stoneware clays. She also uses porcelain and earthenware. The techniques she use, are hand building, slip-cast and electric wheel. Since 1997 she is also working with cast aluminum creating objects inspired by pop art.