Mark Johnson, Professor
His ceramic artwork explores the counterpoint of control and chance. The constructed clay forms: vases, jars, teapots, platters and pouring vessels, are glazed with the intention that the glazes will interact with each other and the kiln atmosphere to create a synthesis of material, form, and process. His artwork has been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the United States. Mark has received individual artist fellowships from the Maine Arts Commission and the New England Foundation for the Arts/NEA.
BFA and MFA, Kent State University
Ceramics Faculty - Mark Johnson