Visual Art Teacher
B.A. (Economics with emphasis in Visual Arts, Ceramics), Pepperdine University; M.A.Ed. (Curriculum and Instruction in Art, Creativity and Ceramics), Seattle University. Randolph was six years old when he took his first clay class and has been captivated by ceramics ever since. His artistic pursuits have led him to study primitive pit-fired pottery (while in Central America) and cutting edge of contemporary ceramic sculpture (as an artist in residence in Shigaraki, Japan). His work is shown at Whitebird Gallery (Cannon Beach), Kobo (Seattle), Gunnar Nordstrom (Bellevue), Art Stop (Tacoma), Frank and Dunya (Fremont), and Northwest Craft Center (Seattle Center). His work is in private and corporate collections, and is held by the American Museum of Ceramic Art. Randolph has been published in Ceramics Monthly, Pottery Making Illustrated and Best of American Ceramics.