Jason H. Green (1971, USA) graduated with a BFA from the University of Connecticut School of Fine Arts and then moved on to graduate with an MFA from Alfred University. Besides working in his studio, he is teaching in the Freshman Foundation program at Alfred University and also teaching the Tile and the Color and Surfaces classes.
Jason’s work with architectural ceramics began in graduate school and continued at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts in Maine where he began making sculptural tile using the historic molds he found there. His work has evolved in the studio and during summer residencies in China and at the Harvard Ceramics Program in Cambridge.
His investigation of art, architecture and ceramics has continued to expand during his international travels.
Made using traditional processes in combination with digital and prototyping technologies, his forms are layered with decorative patterns lifted from history. He produces his sculptural tile by hand pressing clay into plaster and wood molds that are made using components of his own design.
The work of Jason Green has been subject of numerous professional international reviews and publications. His work is part of many collections within and outside the USA.