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Adam Field

Adam Field

Adam Field earned his BA in art from Fort Lewis College. He spent most of 2008 in Icheon, South Korea, studying traditional Korean pottery making techniques under 6th generation Onggi master Kim Ill Maan. In 2013 he created and premiered Hide-N-Seekah at the NCECA conference in Houston, Texas. Adam is now a full-time studio potter in Helena, MT. His works are included internationally in private collections and kitchen cabinets. http://www.adamfieldpottery.com/        
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Anna Calluori Holcombe

Anna Calluori Holcombe

Anna Calluori Holcombe received an MFA in ceramics from Louisiana State University and is a professor of ceramics at the University of Florida. Her recent ceramic work utilizes digital technologies for form and imagery. Anna exhibits her work both nationally and internationally and is a Fellow of NCECA, a member of the International Academy of Ceramics, and a Fulbrighter. http://www.annaholcombe.com/          
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Chad Steve

Chad Steve

Chad R. Steve was born and raised in Lake Mills, Wisconsin. He received his BFA from University of Wisconsin-Stout. In 2009 he moved to Hawaii and received his MFA from University of Hawaii at Manoa. While living there, he worked at the University as an adjunct professor and a lab technician. Chad has instructed at a variety of institutions such as Hawaii Potter’s Guild, Honolulu Art Museum, Montana University, and Western Montana University.       
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Deborah Adornato

Deborah Adornato

Deborah Adornato is from Atlanta where she has worked as a studio potter for over 30 years. Her education in ceramics includes the University of Georgia, Georgia State University, Penland School, and a 2 year apprenticeship at Wildcat Creek Potter in N C. After establishing her studio, Atlanta Street Potter in Roswell, GA., she was instrumental in designing a clay program for the city. She has been an instructor at both Roswell Clay West and in her own studio for over 20 years. Deborah's pots are primarily wheel thrown and reflect her passion for craftsmanship and a love of surface design and texture. Her current work, porcelain and stoneware fired in reduction and soda atmospheres, contain images relating to birds and migration.
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Jeni Licata

Jeni Licata

Jeni Licata graduated from UCF in 2010 with a BS degree in Psychology, but art has always been her true passion. She has over ten years of experience working with children of all age ranges. After graduation she started working at Sandy Pines residential treatment center, a children’s mental health hospital in Jupiter, FL. It was here she learned that introducing art to a child in their early development stage is extremely important for creative growth and rehabilitation, allowing them to creatively express themselves and build self-awareness. When working with children, she keeps her lessons fun and engaging as well as educational. She specializes in ceramics using a variety of hand-building and glazing techniques and her work is mainly inspired by local marine life.      
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Justin Rothshank

Justin Rothshank

Justin Rothshank is a studio potter whose works have been exhibited internationally and published in Ceramics Monthly, American Craft, Studio Potter, and The Log Book. Justin has been a presenter, panelist, visiting artist, and artist-in-residence at numerous universities, conferences, and art centers through the US and abroad. In 2012 Justin released an instructional DVD titled Ceramics Decals: New Ideas and Techniques, published by Ceramic Arts Daily. Currently his functional and decorative ceramic wares are available for purchase in more than three dozen galleries and gift shops around the country. http://rothshank.com/            
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Mark Walnock

Mark Walnock

Mark Walnock graduated from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, with honors, in ceramics.  He has worked as an instructor and studio manager for various arts organizations including Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina, Thompson Park Craft Center, Burlington County Community College, and the non-profit center Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences in N.J.  Mark has been an artist in residence at the Long Beach Island Foundation as well as the Vermont Studio Center.  He has exhibited his work nationwide and at invitational shows in London and Japan.   
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Michael Blair

Michael Blair

Michael Blair worked as a studio potter and teacher for ten years after earning an MFA in Ceramics from University of Georgia. From 1980-84 he was the head of the ceramics department at the Evanston Art Center in Illinois. He was one of the first artists in residence at the PBC School of the Arts and worked for 13 years as prop-master at Florida Stage until its closing in 2011.  
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Ronald Shaw

Ronald Shaw

Ronald Shaw received his BA from UCF. He relocated to South Florida and began working at Rare Earth Gallery. He travelled to the Cup Creek Foundation for a summer residency helping build their anagama wood kiln, sparking his interest in wood and soda firing and using native clays and materials. He began teaching raku and wheel throwing at the Armory where he continues to experiment with forms and alternative firing methods with both youth and adults. In the summer of 2012, Ron began a one year apprenticeship with Justin Lambert at Live Oak Pottery in Jupiter where they focus primarily on wood and soda firing. Ron maintains two distinct bodies of work, a functional soda or wood fire line of pottery and a sculptural line combining multiple clay bodies and firing methods coupled with various living and organic elements.  
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Ying Zhou

Ying Zhou

Ying Zhou is a ceramic artist who has exhibited at Clay studio in Philadelphia, Pawabic Art Gallery in Michigan, and the Toronto Art Exhibition. Her residencies have been at the Clay Studio in Philadelphia, Pawabic Pottery in Detroit, and Red Logger Clay Art Center in Mantegna. She graduated in 1983 from Jingdezhen Ceramics Institute, China. Ying also enjoys Chinese painting and brush making.
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