Nathaneal Huffman has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, with a focus in Ceramics. He has been the student of Louis Katz, Gregory Tegarden, and Kenneth Rosier in previous ceramic classes. He has a concentration in functional pottery from drinking cups to sectional vases. The clay bodies he has worked with are high-fire stoneware and porcelain. He now works in a fully functional home studio in Portland,Texas. He uses a Paragon electric kiln for bisque firing and glaze firing to cone 9, as well as 2 propane gas-fired kilns. The gas kilns are used to produce raku pieces and reduction firing. He continues to test and develop numerous glazes and forms in this setting.
His work with white stoneware and porcelain has been influenced by John Britt, Dee Buck, Sarah Jaeger, Tom Coleman, Steven Hill, and Kris Jorgensen.
Every piece is hand thrown by the artist, and all glazes are handmade. His pottery is designed to be used as functional ware.
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