Claudia Ciotti

Claudia Ciotti, an international ceramic artist, was born in Umbria in Italy in 1962 and still works in the city known throughout the world as a symbol of artistic ceramics: Deruta.
Since the early 1980s, she has participated in painting exhibitions, receiving numerous prizes and awards. Passionate about art and particularly attentive to the technique of ceramics, since the early 90s Claudia Ciotti has specialized in artistic ceramics.
She is present in exhibitions in various cities across Italy. She has been awarded the national ceramic prize “Lupo d’Oro” (Golden Wolf). Her works are on display all over the world: England, Israel, Norway, Russia, Korea, Australia, the United States, and the Philippines.
Attention to detail, chromatic nuances, and decorative motifs in gold and platinum characterize her production. Through her works, Claudia has paid tribute to some of the greatest protagonists of the history of Italian art, from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance, from Ambrogio Lorenzetti, Simone Martini, Gentile da Fabriano, and Sandro Botticelli to one of the most interesting exponents of Art Nouveau, the Czechoslovak Mucha.