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Rosette Gault

Dr. Gault has been contributing to the field of artistic ceramics since 1970. She earned her M.F.A. in ceramics from the University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington in 1977-78 and her Ph.D for Innovation from the University of Sunderland in the United Kingdom in 2014. As an artist she explores the substance of paperclay as a tangible thought form in service to practical and expressive needs of mankind. Her award winning ceramic sculpture and commission work has been exhibited widely since 1978, and is included in public and private collections around the world. As a visual artist and teacher, she has been invited to present at numerous workshops and master classes at top universities, symposia, and art schools worldwide. She has been involved with numerous artistic ventures in the Pacific Northwest and beyond and is currently affiliated with the University of Sunderland National Center for Glass and Ceramics Research in the northeast of England. Over the years her work has appeared in many publications and she has authored a number of books. In 1990, she isolated the optimum ratio of (recycled) paper pulp to clay that would permit her to work wet on dry, patch dry cracks and extend the repertoire of methods never known possible to fire with traditional clay or manmade fiber composite clays. Her work has served as a technical impetus behind much innovation and advancement in international ceramic art and design.



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