James Lee Webb grew up on the front porch of the south in a small, somewhat quaint little town called North Middletown, Kentucky. He received his BFA in ceramics from Eastern Kentucky University before leaving his Old Kentucky Home to obtain an MFA in ceramics at Southern Illinois University in 2017. James has completed four long-term artist residency programs along the east coast after graduate school, including Mudflat Pottery school in Boston, MA, Clay Art Center in Portchester, NY and Pocosin School of Fine Craft in Columbia, NC. He has recently begun his fifth clay residency program at Queen City Clay in Cincinnati, Ohio. James has taught ceramics at the University of Cincinnati and currently teaches ceramics at the University of Dayton, OH. He has also lectured at Harvard University and was one of few artists selected internationally by Ceramics Monthly magazine as an Emerging Artist in ceramics in 2019.
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