Andrew Boswell

bio

My original experience with clay came from my father, sculptor and potter, Ray Boswell. I owe the founding of my skills in clay and on the potter's wheel to my dear ol' dad. My mother, Theresa Boswell, a jeweler and gallery owner helped broaden my sense of Utilitarian Art. Later I studied ceramics at the School of American Crafts at the Rochester Institute of Technology under Julia Galloway, Rick Hirsch and Liz Howe. While at RIT, I was able to turn my passion for clay into a profession.

I currently live in Sugar Loaf and have a space in the Bostree Studio. I love working in my personal studio, but I like to take one day a week to share my love for clay with two classes, (my students rock!).

My work has appeared in shows and galleries ranging from Baltimore, MD to New Paltz, NY. The best place to find my work is on Etsy and at the Bostree Gallery but you can also see a few highlights in the portfolio section of this website.


I hope you enjoy my website. Thank you for visiting!