Brandon Lutterman: Sculptural Vessels and Pots

February 2-23, 2018
Brandon Lutterman: Sculptural Vessels and Pots
Opening reception: Friday, February 2, 5:00-9:00 PM
Exhibition hours are Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Brandon T. Lutterman lives in Middlesboro, KY and is Assistant Professor & Program Director of Fine Art at Lincoln Memorial University. For over ten years, he has taught full range of undergraduate courses in the studio arts as well as ceramic studio set-up, management and maintenance. He received a Master of Fine Arts, Ceramics from Kansas State University and from Minnesota State University-Mankato.

“My current body of work is created to celebrate life and to help people recognize that we need to be stewards of all forms of life, not just our own,” says Lutterman. “There is a precious balance at stake between the needs and desires of the industrial man and the needs of our diverse population of organisms, fish, plants, animals, and ecosystems. My goal through my work is to prompt more awareness, appreciation, and preservation of our environment and species.” Lutterman’s work is versatile, including naturalism, utilitarian, and sculptural forms. He uses multiple techniques and styles of art to convey a concept. His glazes are developed through ongoing glaze research, as he aims to develop unique surfaces at low, mid, and high fire temperature ranges. For more information, visit


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