Regis Brodie is an Emeritus Professor of Art at Skidmore College. He received his B.S. and Masters in Art Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania (1965 &1966) and his M.F.A. from the Tyler School of Art of Temple University (1969), Philadelphia, PA. Regis taught for 41 years in the Studio Art department at Skidmore College until his retirement in 2011. In addition to his regular teaching duties he directed the prestigious “Summer SIX Art Program” for 35 years &, as well, taught in the summer SIX art program for 39 of those years. Prior to teaching at Skidmore College, Regis taught at Shaler Area High School, Pittsburgh, PA, (1966 & 1967), in the studio art department for two years. He works in porcelain & stoneware & his colorful, surface-layered ceramics are the culmination of his training as a painter & sculptor. He continues both painting, & sculpture as a parallel & an overlapping experience with his vessel making. This enriches & expands his range & scope & offers him an array of new possibilities.