Sculptor, Vixon Sullivan, is interested in design processes and artwork that is mutually beneficial to him and his collector. His practices are centered around personal development for the sake of producing exceptional work. He believes “art should connect us by making moments special and reminding us of our unique value.” The path of this artist is guided by deep listening and a passion to make a positive impact on the community. Vixon uses ceramics as a trusted medium to begin these conversations. Recognized for his nature-based theme, his most noted designs capture the nostalgic essence of a Magnolia. Vixon’s porcelain and stoneware works contain organic elements made with precision and arranged to create a flow, often conceptually relatable with exquisite form. These smaller intimate pieces fit in the hands comfortably.
Vixon has a team of mentors and constantly studies other sculpting methods to create pieces set in public spaces, that are larger as well as more inspiring to those who view it.
Outside of producing ceramics, Vixon also creates public art including a relief bronze monument for the redevelopment of his community. In addition to that, he has made a piece of art for the company, Little Free Library. He is currently focused on mastering bronze sculptures and hopes to continue down this path of creating art resistant to atmospheric corrosion, resulting in a greater community impact.