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Tyler Quintin - Scaffolding Tumbler
Tyler Quintin
Scaffolding Tumbler
Porcelain, Glaze, Gold Luster
H 6 X W 4 X L 4 in.
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Tyler Quintin’s pottery is hand built using slabs and press molded texture. The handles on his pots are hand built using bone-dry extrusions and slip. Where handmade pottery is often an object of comfort, Tyler’s handles often inspire a hesitation to interact. This moment of hesitation and need for repeated interactions to recognize the objects actual strength and comfort becomes a metaphor for developing human relationships.
Tyler Quintin is currently a long-term artist in residence at the Morean Center for Clay in St. Petersburg, FL. Prior to this; he completed work-study, internship, and assistantship positions with various artists and craft schools across the country. Tyler received a BFA from Washburn University in 2016 on a full tuition merit scholarship. Washburn afforded him the opportunity to explore work across a variety of mediums, which eventually led to a transition from drawing to ceramics. These foundations have provided Tyler with sensitivity towards material choice and interdisciplinary thinking in his approach to clay. Tyler’s work has been exhibited in numerous national and international exhibitions, including venues such as the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts (Helena, MT) and the San Angelo Museum of Art (San Angelo, TX). Recently, Tyler was a presenter for the international online ceramics conference, The Ceramics Congress. His work is featured in the permanent collections of the