Misty Gamble’s life-size fragmented figurative, ceramic sculptures and installations focus attention on issues surrounding femininity and challenge conventional standards of morality, normalcy, and propriety. Misty is the recipient of a number of awards, grants, and fellowships including awards from the National Conference for the Education of Ceramic Arts, the Ellice T. Johnston Foundation, Ruth Chenven Foundation, Martin Wong Foundation, Marin Community Foundation, Windgate Foundation, Byrdcliffe Fellowship, Ansley Park Fellowship. Misty has been awarded residencies and fellowships at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, New Harmony Clay Project, the Armory Art Center, Watershed, SACI Florence, Woodstock Byrdcliffe, Hambidge Center for Arts and Sciences, and Vermont Studio Center among others. Gamble is the co-founder of Studio Nong: International Sculpture Collective and Residency Program which travels to China and the US, focusing on clay figurative sculpture. Misty was a full time Assistant Professor at the Kansas City Art Institute for nearly a decade and has taught throughout Italy.
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