Teverina Fine Art
ceramic design was founded in 2011 by DeAnna Maganias
as an avenue to explore functional objects that are inspired
by natural geometries, repetition and sequential progression.
All TFA ceramics are handmade in Cortona, Italy and Athens, Greece.
DeAnna Maganias studied Fine Art at the Rhode Island School
of Design, Providence and at the Cooper Union, New York.
In 1997 she started working with the Rebecca Camhi gallery,
Athens, Greece, who continues to represent her today.
She has exhibited extensively and her works are in public and private collections in
Greece and abroad. She designed the Greek National Holocaust Memorial dedicated to
the Greek-Jewish victims of the Holocaust, located in the archaeological center
(Keramikos) of Athens. She lives in Athens, Greece and Teverina, Cortona Italy.