Born in New York City, ceramicist Tim Rowan grew up with nature at
his feet on the shores of Long Island Sound in Connecticut. He
attended the State University of New York, New Paltz, graduating
with a B.F.A, then went on to receive his M.F.A. from Pennsylvania State
University. Between his academic pursuits, Rowan completed an
apprenticeship for two years with Ryuichi Kakurezaki in Japan, where
he became deeply fascinated by the ancient Japanese crafting
tradition of clay making. After returning from Japan, he worked in studios in
both Massachusetts and New York before establishing his kiln and
studio deep in the woods of the Hudson River Valley. Rowan’s work has
been exhibited nationally and internationally in both group and solo
exhibitions in New York City, Chicago, Boston, Miami, Paris, Dublin,
Tokyo and London, among many others.


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