Summer Celeste

Celeste, Summer 2039657Title: Owner/Artist

Company: Summer Celeste Porcelain Art

Location: Tucson, AZ

Tucson, AZ, June 16, 2016, Summer Celeste, Owner and Artist, has been recognized by Elite American Artists, for dedication, achievement and leadership in fine arts and porcelain painting.

A self-educated artist whose porcelain artwork often features Southwestern, flora and fauna scenes, Ms. Celeste possesses the natural ability to create beautiful paintings that evoke emotion and admiration. She is also masterful at painting with murals and acrylics. Her artistry has been sought after for mixed media and glass projects, as well as murals and original ideas like a Harley-Davidson motorcycle. She has owned and operated her own studio for more than two decades and her work has been featured in homes, offices and public spaces.

Managing her own business while creating artwork is no simple task. As she works on running the business, Ms. Celeste is often busy with creating one-of-a-kind pieces. Her artwork extends beyond paint on canvases; she paints on usable objects as well. Cake platters, tiles, pitchers, plates and more all receive a touch of her genius. Her goal with her art is to bring joy and inspiration with her artwork, and when that is achieved she feels a great deal of satisfaction as a reward. In addition, to running her studio and creating her artwork, Ms. Celeste has raised two successful children. She maintains affiliation with the Southern Arizona Porcelain Art Guild, the Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild and is a member of the International Porcelain Painters group.

Contact Summer Celeste

Celeste, Summer 2039657

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