Doug studied ceramics and sculpture at Temple University's Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, PA and in Rome, Italy where he received his B.F.A. degree. His teachers included noted ceramacists Robert & Paula Winokur. He serves as the Operations Director of the Clay Art Center in Port Chester, NY. He currently works with porcelain and white stoneware and fires his work in wood firings under the direction of Bruce Dehnert at Peters Valley Craft Center in Layton, NJ.
Artist in Residence
Peter received his MFA from Pratt Institute. He views himself as a sculptor who works in clay. He is also an accomplished potter. He sells his work at local craft fairs and his latest exhibit was in 'Loosely Coupled' at Governor's Island.
Handbuilding InstructorJennifer received her MFA from Louisiana State University and her BFA from Alfred University. She has taught at Michigan State University, University of South Florida as well as Queens Community College. She has shown nationally in exhibitions as well as completed commissioned work for the V&A in London. Jen also worked at Pewabic Pottery in Detroit working within their glaze department while working on large public and private commissions. Her personal work is more often sculptural in nature and often takes its form through installations.
Glazing InstructorChris studied at the Craft Students League for over 10 years. His functional wares and delicate forms serve as a unique canvas for showcasing his striking, multi-layered glazing style. Chris' work has been exhibited at the Citicorp Center, Nippon Gallery and Elsa Mott Ives Gallery.
Handbuilding InstructorLiberty has been working in clay since 1970. She makes whimsical yet functional pots. She is inspired by the environment around her, her kittens and her walks in nature. She previously taught at The Craft Student's League in NYC.
Sang Joon Park
Wheel InstructorSang Joon first trained to become a potter twenty years ago under master potter Na Woon Chae, where he learned in order to become a potter, one must be able to make at least 30 identical bowls within the period of a single hour. Countless days full of failures ensued, then suddenly one day Mr. Na announced he had become a potter. Since that day Sang Joon has continued to make thousands of bowls. He attended Pratt Institute for an MFA in Ceramic Sculpture.
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