Andy Titcomb ceramics
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About the time she turned 30, Royster decided there “was more to life than climbing and fishing” and she returned to school at the University of Utah. Initially majoring in graphic design, Royster found herself captivated by ceramics after taking a basic class. “I liked the blue-collar end of working with your hands,” she says. “I also liked the intellectual part of ceramics; there’s a technical side to clay that painting doesn’t have. There are a lot of problems to solve.” Since arriving on campus this past fall, Royster has busied herself with reinventing a ceramics program that for the last several years has been led by temporary faculty. Today, Royster oversees about 15 to 18 ceramics majors as well as teaching; she particularly enjoys the beginning classes, where students can apply their newly acquired visual vocabulary to the medium of clay.

Andy Titcomb Lavender Cottage St. Mabyn Cornwall PL30 3BL England
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