The work of Bianka Groves is thoughtfully functional and has the ability to complete the elegance of any interior space. She currently lives in Baltimore and makes work out of her home studio. Having lived in California, South Dakota, Illinois, the mountains of Colorado, and eventually receiving her BFA in Washington DC at Corcoran College of Art & Design, her work is simple and calm to add balance to a fast paste world. The contrast between the white of the porcelain and the incised black lines that complete the surface of her forms are bold, but her sense of touch is delicate. Each piece shows her hand at play and reflects that individuality. Her work is shown in galleries across the country and has been featured in Ceramics Monthly and has received prestigious awards such as a Windgate Scholarship for Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts, and the Anne & Ronald Abramson Award.