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Kevin Myers


Process, tactile versatility, permanence, and significant historical value are all reasons why clay is my primary constituent. My formal concerns with the postmodern vessel are beginning to lean more towards sculpture and, in some ways, architecture. Maximizing a minimum use of color seems to give a strength and vitality that sets the form apart over other surface skins or multi-color strategies.

As an educator, I would like to promote awareness in an area that will always be historically significant and should be continuously maintained by our educational system. This system should convey a pathway for students to search for their own personal aesthetics and one day make contributions to ceramics and its history.

Kevin Myers -- Vitae Synopsis

MFA – Otis College of Art and Design

Teaching Experience
Professor, Orange Coast College (Former Chair, Art Department )
University Southern California
University California, Los Angeles
University California, Irvine
California State University, Northridge

UC Berkeley
California College of Art
Symposium International, Puebla, Mexico
Loyola Marymont
Scripps College
Long Beach Museum of Art
Grossmont College
Chapman University
Cal State Fullerton
Princeton University

Over glaze and China Paint
Ceramics Monthly
500 Cups
500 Tea Pots
500 Vases
500 Raku
Hands in Clay, 5th edition
Contemporary Potter
The Ceramic Design Book
Wheel Thrown Ceramics
Best of Pottery 1 and 2

Long Beach Museum
American Museum of Ceramic Art
Mobile Museum of Art
Elaine Goldsmith
Sonny and Gloria Kamm

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