Pacia Dixon is a clay sculptor, painter, teacher and encourager, who has lived, created,and explored throughout Washington state her entire life. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Art from the University of Washington, in 1981, where she studied ceramic arts with Patti Warashina and worked at the Henry Art Gallery.
She taught art and creative writing to the homeschooling communities of Whidbey and Camano Islands before working at Stanwood House Gallery and Studio, selling artwork, teaching classes, loading kilns and mixing glazes. She has recently opened a studio on Peshastin Creek, where she is sculpting and painting. She has been a member of Cascade Clay Artists, NCECA (National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts), and Washington Clay Artists. She recently attended a three-day conference with Tip Toland, internationally renowned clay sculptor.
Pacia is presently showing her work at Two Rivers Gallery in Wenatchee, and is a member of the Wenatchee Watercolor Society. Her clay sculptures have been shown at The Schack Art Gallery in Everett, Allied Arts of Whatcom County in Bellingham, and most recently in Wenatchee Valley Museum's NCW Contemporary Art Show, where her sculpture of a "Wild Blewett Pine Boar" won Honorable Mention.