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Charles Birnbaum

Charles Birnbaum

An artist for 25 years, Charles Birnbaum studied ceramics at the Kansas City Art Institute with Ken Ferguson, and after receiving a BFA, he did his graduate work at Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. Over the next two decades, despite working-full time in business, he continued developing his unique vision and the exquisite craftsmanship that makes his art so extraordinary. In 2004, he quit his job as a bond trader to become a full-time artist.

Current City - Long Island City, NY

Education - BFA, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MS, Graduate work (almost completed), Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA

Collections -

Ceramics Park, Mino, Japan
Kapfenberg Cultural Center, Austria
Longhouse Reserve, East Hampton, NY
Kansas City Art Institute’s Ken Ferguson Gallery, MO
Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY
Branch Gallery, Washington, DC
Edward Orton Jr. Ceramic Foundation
Clay Studio of Missoula, Missoula, MT
Jack Lenor Larsen, New York, NY
Natalie Fitz-Gerald, Santa Fe, NM
Ronald Kuchta, New York, NY
Thomas Piché Jr., Sedalia, MO
Hilda Longinotti, New York, NY
Luanne Wells, Beverly Hills, CA
Lewis Wexler, Philadelphia, PA
Larry and Rita Sibrack, Naples, FL
Elie and Grace Goldberg, Rye, NY

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