Clay artists of all levels can explore creating ceramic garden art for use and enjoyment. From simple planters to birdbaths and garden sculptures, clay objects create focal points in the garden. The design and execution challenges will help develop clay skill for ceramic artists of all levels.
Onsite classes are small in size for safety.
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David Gamber - Artist Bio
Like many clay artist my journey started in the sand boxes and mud puddles of my youth, playing with dirt. I have continued to cultivate that sense of play throughout out my education and development as an Artist. I began playing with clay as a teenager, embracing it as my life's work soon after my first ceramics course at Goshen College. Goshen was followed by a year at the University of Louisville and an MFA from Tyler School of Art of Temple University.
Currently I am teaching at various locations in Southern New Jersey and exhibiting work both regionally and nationally. I have been the ceramics teacher at Moorestown Friends School for the past 10 years. And I have been teaching at Perkins Center for the Arts for over 15 years.