Bowie Croisant Ceramic Artist Weblog

About Bowie

I am a ceramic artist, currently living in Kansas City, Missouri.  I received my BFA from Kansas State University, studying under Yoshio Ikeda and Anna Callouri-Holcolmbe.  I recently finished a Special Student Status program at the Kansas City Art Institute.  I am currently an artist in residence at Red Star Studios.

My work was initially rooted in wheel thrown functional ware. My current body of work maintains a reference to this early interest in function, incorporating functional concepts as subject matter in sculptural explorations of geometric teapot forms.

I first experienced working in clay in the summer of 2005, when I took my first ceramics course at KSU. I have been hooked ever since.

2 Comments »

  1. hi
    I am a exchange student, currently studying at North West Missouri state, an major in art- ceramic.
    i just happened to find your blog on the web, and i really your pot!!!
    i really like those thrown cut and reassembled cups,its very mechanical
    this years i began to make somethings that were kind of mechanical too, i was hoping you may go check it out and let me know what you think
    (http://www.flickr.com/photos/hyacinth3219/)

    p.s i really looking forward to see how you glazes those cups!

    Bobby Tso

    Comment by Bobby — April 27, 2008 @ 1:46 am

  2. hi..
    i really like on what u are making. i’m a student,and doing BA (hons)in ceramic..
    just like to talk with u about your art work..

    tq

    Comment by nina — July 21, 2008 @ 3:49 am


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