Close

Daniel Bellow's Profile

About

Daniel Bellow was born in Chicago in 1964 and discovered pottery in high school, where he became obsessed with it to such a degree that he was awarded the studio art prize in his senior year. He studied with Mary Risley at Wesleyan University and was studio apprentice to Tom White in Northfield, Massachusetts. After 15 years as a reporter and editor for various newspapers, he decided that if Paul Gauguin could quit his job to become an artist at 37, so could he. His work has been featured in the Anthropologie catalog and at finer stores nationwide.

  • Male
  • Born on March 17
  • Joined October 15, 2008

Favorite materials

Porcelain

Shop

About

Daniel Bellow was born in Chicago in 1964 and discovered pottery in high school, where he became obsessed with it to such a degree that he was awarded the studio art prize in his senior year. He studied with Mary Risley at Wesleyan University and was studio apprentice to Tom White in Northfield, Massachusetts. After 15 years as a reporter and editor for various newspapers, he decided that if Paul Gauguin could quit his job to become an artist at 37, so could he. His work has been featured in the Anthropologie catalog and at finer stores nationwide.

Unfollow username?

Are you sure you want to stop following this person?