Tyler Quintin

I’m going to teach you how to hand build with clay at all stages of dryness, including bone dry


Tyler Quintin is a studio artist working out of his home studio in Bloomington, IN. He received a Bachelors of Fine Arts from Washburn University (Topeka, KS) in 2016 on a four year full tuition merit scholarship.

He has shown work in both National and International competitions, at venues such as the Archie Bray Foundation (Helena, MT), Red Lodge Clay Center (Red Lodge, MT), and the San Angelo Museum of Art (San Angelo, TX).

His work is in the permanent collections of the Mulvane Art Museum (Topeka, KS) and the San Angelo Museum of Art. About the work:

". . . Through this work I am considering my relationship with ceramics, not only with the objects that I use but also through my heritage. Utilizing extruded pieces of bone-dry clay, I assemble scaffolding-like structures into “silhouettes” of traditional Korean ceramic forms. The resulting vessel becomes a self-portrait. By creating a Korean ceramic form that is devoid of surface information, it becomes a visual metaphor for my growing up Asian American without Korean language or culture. I want the viewer to look at the vessel and consider what they don’t know about it. Much like meeting a new individual, there is more to understand beyond appearance."

In this workshop video, Tyler Quintin will demonstrate how he builds pieces using bone dry clay and slip. He will also show work samples, discussing ways in which he's explored construction methods and firing techniques, as well as idea generation within his work.

You can follow Tyler Quintin's work on:
Instagram: tyler_quintin_arts
Facebook: Tyler Quintin Studio Arts
Website: www.tylerquintin.com

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