Daniel Bare
Born and raised in Lancaster, Philadelphia, Bare earned his MFA in ceramic art from Alfred University of Alfred, New York and BFA in crafts and ceramics from the University of the Arts, Philadelphia. Now he's a full-time lecturer in the art department at Clemson University.
His practice in clay and professional experience includes international and national artist residencies at acclaimed programs in China, Japan, Canada and the United States. His ceramic work was featured in a solo exhibition at Greenhouse Pottery in the Jane Hartsook Gallery in New York City. He exhibits and presents public lectures about his work at Beijing Fine Art Academy in China, the Michigan Ceramic Art Association, and many universities and art centers in the U.S. and abroad.
Artist Biography

Creative Concept:

Bare will be exploring experimental, cross-disciplinary, and aesthetically diverse artistic practices, with the explicit intention to avoid preconceptions about established categories like art and craft. The works that he hopes to select for this exhibition will tend toward a sculptural exploration of abstraction rather than traditional or functional ceramic objects and vessels.

For more information about the artists and their work please contact the curator Caroline Cheng: