Antonia Reed is a working artist who has lived in the N.Georgia mountains for over twenty years. She has an art degree from Tulane University and later attended the Exeter College of Art in England and North Georgia College.
Her medium is clay, but she is not a traditional potter. Her work is all hand-built jewelry, utilitarian and art objects, and ornaments. The most interesting feature of her work is the use of brilliant underglazes, lustres and metallics. Common themes in the pieces are detailed paintings related to nature, gardening and antique symbols.
Her work has been shown in galleries in North Georgia, Atlanta, New York City, and California. She has been a member of the Foothills Guild of Art and Crafts for many years.