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Catherine Schmid-Maybach
Contemporary Ceramist
American, b. c. 1960
Catherine Schmid-Maybach received her B.F.A. in 1980 from the California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland, California, and her M.F.A. eight years later from San Francisco State University in San Francisco, California. She taught art at the San Francisco Children's Art Center from 1987-1990 and the Marin Children's Art Center from 1990-1994. She also taught ceramics at the National Institute of Art and Disabilities in Richmond, California, in 1996, and at the Richmond Art Center from 1995-1996. She has won awards in Clay Forte (Galeria Mesa, 1986), Feats of Clay (1988), and California Works, at the California State Fair, in 1989. She exhibited at the California Crafts Museum in San Francisco in 1989 and 1990, and in the California Clay Competition in Davis, California, in 1995.
Schmid-Maybach is a sculptural ceramist, and seeks to portray the human condition, as filtered through her own personal experience, through her art. Her work is primarily figural, and reflects the integration of the natural world with the human form. Her pieces often deal with inside and outside realities and the correlation or paradoxes they present.

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