The Studio Art Program and Vail Visiting Artist Series welcomes Wesley Brown presenting an artist talk.

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The Studio Art Program and Vail Visiting Artist Series welcomes Wesley Brown presenting an artist talk.

Brown is a contemporary Black artist working in ceramic sculpture and currently a visiting professor at Shippensburg University. The talk is for all students interested in ceramics and contemporary Black art production. Brown is a ceramic artist from Dayton, Ohio. He holds an Associate of Arts degree from Sinclair Community College, a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Bowling Green State University, and a Master of Fine Art from Indiana University-Bloomington. Brown has worked to develop bodies of work from large-scale ceramic sculptures weighing several hundred pounds to everyday functional pottery. He has exhibited work both at the national and international levels. Through clay, Brown conveys both struggles and triumph through cracked surfaces, striking silhouettes, and bold compositions.


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