Lynne Molner, Instructor and Artist
LYNNE MOLNER has been an artist and teacher for over 30 years. She earned her Master’s Degree in Education from Johns Hopkins University and Master’s in Science, majoring in Clinical Psychology, from Loyola University. Lynne started her ceramics education at Baltimore Clayworks, expanding her skill-set through a variety of workshops with master potters at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts (ME) and Penland School of Crafts (NC), Workhouse Art Center (VA) and Sugar Maples Center for Creative Arts (NY). Her current body of work combines intuitive, expressive and incised paintings of familiar imagery on to utilitarian ceramics. She has exhibited her functional pottery in juried shows for the last several years. She strives to imbue a personal quality of playfulness on to pots made for everyday use. Her instruction focuses on knowledge of fundamentals and inspired craftsmanship. Lynne encourages her students with exploration and technique to be open to the possibilities of their own creativity.
Brad Blair, Instructor and Artist
Brad Blair is an artist, educator and gallery coordinator living in Baltimore, Maryland. Prior to earning a Master’s of Fine Art (MFA) degree in 2014 from Florida State University, he graduated from Towson University in 2009 with a Bachelors of Science, majoring in Art & Design. Blair creates and exhibits his artwork locally and nationally through competitive and juried opportunities. He instructs ceramic classes at Towson University and Baltimore Clayworks, as well as holding the position of Chesapeake Gallery Coordinator at Harford Community College. Through his creativity, imagination and patience, Blair will help you find your way in clay!