A former math major turned artist, Ratcliff holds a B.S. in ceramics from Greenville College in Illinois and an MFA in ceramics from East Texas State University. His work is characterized by fine craftsmanship and creativity, incorporating a variety of traditional and non-traditional techniques. Ratcliff also specializes in designing, building and repairing pottery equipment.
Ratcliff will be featured in a workshop on Feb. 27, hosted by NSU’s Department of Fine and Graphic Art. For more information, contact Leslie Gruesbeck, gallery coordinator, or Matt DeFord, coordinator of the Department of Fine and Graphic Art.
The Orville Hanchey Gallery is open from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday and from 8 a.m.-noon Fridays.