Nicole Dubrow

Playing in those perfect little mud puddles after soft Pennsylvania summer rain, forecast my life in clay. Smooth, textured and plastic, breakable and moldable, it provides the promise of form, function and creative expression.

A sculpture class during undergraduate study in medicine at Penn State University refreshed my love and passion for art. I earned my B.F.A in sculpture after Work/Travel in Europe, Mexico and senior study at the San Francisco Art Institute.

Knowledge in the arts comes from experience as adjunct professor at William Paterson University, resident artist at Hunter College, master factory potter in New York City, studio assistant to Betty Woodman, juried artist, and motherhood; all giving life to being head ceramist at Black Sheep Pottery, master potter/artist Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation & my art.

Good tile tells a story; good pottery delivers the content of the story. Both activate my creative works to express ideas through pottery, sculpture and the tile canvas.

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