Cierra Vigue is a potter, born and raised in New Hampshire. She started working in clay her senior year in high school and has continued throughout her college and current career. Her large-scale sculptures embody her interpretation of the small moments in nature. Cierra was a recipient of the Scholastic Art Award of New Hampshire, and received The Art Department Award for both Painting and Fine Art from Manchester Memorial High School in 2014. Cierra received The Manchester Woman’s Club Scholarship in recognition of outstanding work in the field of art.
While studying at the University for New Hampshire, her work has been selected for The Climate Change Exhibit at 3S Art Space in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and Bedrock Gardens in Lee, New Hampshire.
Cierra received her BFA, in 2018, from the University of New Hampshire, where she was awarded the Ceramics Fellowship for the academic year of 2017-2018.
Cierra is currently working in an apprenticeship guided by Glen MacInnis out of Auburn, New Hampshire. Visit MacInnisPottery for more information about Glen.