Artist Bruce Wall studied ceramics at Murray State University before moving to Hawaii, where he was mentored under renowned ceramicist Toshiko Takaezu. During his time in Hawaii, Wall won the prominent Raku Ho’olaule’a juried competition, and taught at the WYCA in Honolulu, while also being represented by the Cedar Street Gallery.
Wall has also resided in Japan, where he visited Mashiko, a town in the Kanto region that is known throughout the country and the world as the production center of pottery. Wall credits his experience in Japan as a strong continuing influence in his artwork. Wall currently works and resides in Owensboro.
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