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Marshall Maude

Assistant Professor, Ceramics

no photo availableMarshall Maude is a ceramic artist and Assistant Professor of Ceramics at the University of Kansas. Before joining the faculty, Marshall was a Lecturer at the University of Kansas. He also headed the Ceramics program at Benedictine College and taught sculpture at Johnson County Community College.

Marshall received his MFA in 2003 from the University of Kansas. He did post-baccalaureate studies in wood fire ceramics and kiln construction at Northern Arizona University. He opened Studio 59, a ceramics studio and gallery in 2004, producing and marketing functional and sculptural ceramic work. Marshall has designed, built and fired wood kilns across the United States. He has shown his work in solo, two-person and group exhibitions nationally and in Korea.

"I focus on creating work that alludes to motion, chance and time to evoke a sense of mystery, which, while being open to individual interpretation, is grounded by the earth and our relationship to it as humans, "

Department of Visual Art
Art & Design Building
1467 Jayhawk Blvd., room 300
Lawrence, KS 66045-7531
785.864.4401
maude@ku.edu
marshallmaude.com

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