Richard Nickel in Humor in Craft

Art Education Associate Professor Richard Nickel and Art students Nikki Hawkhorst and Ariel Marin have work featured in the book Humor in Craft, edited by Brigitte Martin and published by Schiffer Publishing. The book showcases numerous ceramic, woodworking and metalworking artists exploring the theme of humor. Students in Nickel’s Introduction to Ceramics course were asked to design salt and pepper shakers exploring the idea of objects that are always separate but together. The students then photographed and submitted the work for the jury. Professor Nickel was represented by his earthenware/glaze sculpture “Sprout.”

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