One of a kind handmade ceramic flower cake toppers. Unique floral pieces will adorn your cake for your special occasion. A keepsake centerpiece you can hang on the wall or decorate a side table to always remember that special day.
Its unique idea for wedding cakes that last a lifetime.
Call Red Sky Gallery at 425.301.6962 to order your cake topper.
Come into Red Sky Gallery and see what is available for immediate purchase or order your cake topper in person. Browse our bridesmaid and groomsman gifts while you are here.
If you order a cake topper it takes 4 to 6 weeks to make. You can pick up at the gallery or we can ship it to your home which may take another 10 to 14 days.
Originally from New York, Gina Holt currently resides in Bothell, WA, where she works from her home studio. Born in 1959, Gina says that she inherited her creativity from her father, a dancer, and her mother, an artist. As a child she loved to spend her spare time drawing, painting and making up imaginary characters for the stories she illustrated.
Gina received a BA in art from the University of Oregon, where she focused on printmaking, illustration and painting. After graduating, Gina augmented her creative abilities by taking classes in ceramic hand-building at Pottery Northwest. Gina has since experienced an unending joy of working with clay, as this medium allows her to transform the 2-d media she is so familiar with into virtual 3-d canvases that simultaneously employ her
drawing, sculpting and painting skills.
Gina’s most recent works are colorful botanical-inspired sculptures that can either stand alone or hang on the wall. Inspirations for these life-like creations begin with her study of intricate nature photos and live plants from the garden. Gina’s eye-catching works emerge as she molds complexity, light and shadow into the clay. The addition of multiple layers of
combined glazes and textures enhance and complete each unique work of art. Gina then signs, numbers, and writes on the back of each botanical piece a sentimental meaning that primarily derives from Victorian era- floral dictionaries, making each and every sculpture a thoughtful experience.
Gina began selling her pieces in 1991 through gift galleries and juried shows. Her devoted groupies know well that her works in clay started as floral-themed mirrors and architectural-style clocks. A number of her followers are thrilled to have more than a handful of these collectors’ items gracing the walls of their homes.
There is an optimism and delightful cheerfulness to Gina's work that consistently impels collectors of her art to pre-purchase pieces from her shows prior to the shows’ openings. Gina’s art has gained attention across the United States.