Instructor: Jim Lieb
Jim Lieb’s excitement for working with clay began while a student at
The College of William and Mary. It was here and through subsequent
classes over the years that he learned the basics of potting. In the
year 2000, he entered the Associates Program in the Ceramics
Department of The Art League where he spent twelve years. This program
offered the opportunity to refine his skills as well as learn new
techniques from instructors and fellow potters.

In 2016, after retiring from a career teaching special needs students,
Jim reentered the classroom as a ceramics instructor at the Frederick
Clay Studio, in Frederick, Maryland, where he continues to teach a
class focused on hand building.

His work emphasizes functional pieces intended to bring joy to those
who use them in their daily lives. Both wheel-thrown and hand-built
techniques are employed with elements of design and surface decoration

His work is represented in the Lark publication, 500 prints on clay.
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