Terrance Lazaroff's Profile
Terrance Frank Lazaroff was born in Windsor, Ontario in 1943. He served, as a Logistics Officer, in the Canadian Armed Forces 1962 -1994. He attended University during his spare time studying for a bachelor of Fine Arts.
It was during his second year at the University of Manitoba that Terrance became interested in working with the ceramic medium. His initial exposure to clay was under the guidance and leadership of Professor Robert (Irish) Flynn, noted for his work in low fired salt glazes. Other professors that influenced Terrance were Robert Archambeau, known for his wood fired pottery and Paul Rozman, known for his highly decorative functional ware.
Terrance graduated with first-class honors in 1988 and shortly after, moved to Montreal, Québec. He shared a studio…
- Born on August 14
- Joined August 28, 2009