Professor, Visual Arts
Art & Design Bldg, Albany
Artist/Educator Tim Martin, a native of Maugansville, MD has been working in ceramic sculpture for the past thirty years. His M.F.A. degree in ceramics and ceramic sculpture is from the School for American Crafts, The Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, and his B.S. degree in Art Education is from Frostburg State University in Frostburg, MD. He recently received an artist residency grant in 2007 at Cill Rialaig Project, Ballingskellig, Ireland, and his geoarchitectural sculptures related to this project were exhibited in Albany, NY and Hagerstown, MD, where his work was awarded best in sculpture. In addition to national, international exhibitions, and artists grants, his work is in the collections of The McDonalds Corporation, The Albany Institute of History and Art, and numerous private collections.
Tim is coordinator for Studio Fine Arts (Clay Sculpture, Painting and Printmaking, The Foundation Core), and he oversees the maintenance and improvements for all 3-D concerns. As a consultant with CollegeBoard AP of Princeton, NJ, he is a table leader for studio art during their annual advance placement readings.