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AN INTIMATE CHAT WITH
CHRISTOPHER SPITZMILLER
with book signing
2:00 PM Saturday April 2nd Charleston Gaillard Center

Christopher Spitzmiller (instagram christopherspitzmiller) Christopher Spitzmiller’s lamps, tableware, and other ceramics are found in every chic A-list interior, including the White House. His iconic designs draw inspiration from classical forms and traditional gem-like glazes. He began his career in Georgetown in Washington, D.C., where he worked out of an old schoolhouse near Dumbarton Oaks. Shortly thereafter, his work received critical acclaim and his reputation as a noteworthy ceramicist began to emerge. In the summers, he worked from Mecox Gardens in Southampton as an artist in residence, and such designers as Albert Hadley, Richard Keith Langham, and Suzanne Rheinstein began to commission his work. Since 1996, Christopher has been concentrating his efforts on his unique lamp designs. In the fall of 1999 after outgrowing his Washington studio he moved to New York City, where he now creates his one-of-a-kind lamps with his crew of skilled artisans. The lamps are of timeless appeal and luxurious quality. Beautiful classic forms are drenched in bold, vibrant, rich glazes. Currently, Christopher is expanding his designs to table ware and other ceramic accessories. Christopher’s work is often featured in celebrated publications such as Architectural DigestHouse BeautifulElle DécorDeparturesThe New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. His latest book, A Year at Clove Brook Farm, from Rizzoli, was released in March 2021.

This event made possible by HUB International/Flather & Perkins

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