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Regis Brodie
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rbrodie@skidmore.edu

Regis Brodie, Professor of Art and Consultant, Summer Art Program, received his BS and Masters in Art Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and his MFA from the Tyler School of Art of Temple University. In addition to teaching courses in ceramics and managing Skidmore’s state-of-the-art Ceramics Studio, he exhibits work both nationally and internationally. Recent exhibitions include "Earth & Fire, A Celebration of Clay & Ceramics:, Albany Institute of History & Art, NY, 2007, "2006 Collectors Show", Invitational Exhibition, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, Arkansas, "Upstate Visions", 4-Person Show, Loveed Fine Arts, New York, NY 2006, "Ceramics: The Vehicle of Culture", World Ceramic Biennale 2005 Korea, World Ceramic Exposition Foundation, Republic of Korea, SOFA NEW YORK, SOFA CHICAGO, "The International Exposition of Sculpture Objects & Functional Art". His work can be seen in collections throughout the country as well as Korea, Japan, Qatar, Spain, France, Russia, Egypt, England & Wales. His lectures and demonstrations have been featured at the Smithsonian Institution, Princeton University, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, American Craft Museum, and New York University, among many other national and international venues. He is the author of The Energy-Efficient Potter (Watson-Guptill Publications, 1982), and his widely published information on the creative process, efficiency in the studio, and firing techniques, has appeared in Ceramics Monthly, The Studio Potter, and other professional journals.

 

Confrontation , 2003, oil on linen, 68 x 60"

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