Artist Julie Fawn Boisseau-Craig works in porcelain and glass primarily but utilizes metals and wood as necessary to create her sculptural installations. Julie also makes many functional works and wearable art in pottery and glass at Wild Pony Studio, her studio located in Rockford, Tennessee. Hot shop glass work is created at the Jackson County Green Energy Park in Dillsboro, North Carolina. She has taught art at Western Carolina University, Southwestern Community College and Occonoluftee Institute for Cultural Art. She has shown nationally and participated in many workshops and demonstrations. Her work responds to the pieces and parts that make up our lives. Julie observes the contradictions of our world and how those components come together to create memories. In her work she strives to combine components to bring out personal memories and feelings in her audience. Julie received her Masters of Fine Arts Degree in December of 2012.