Assistant Professor of Art
Andrew McIntyre’s passion for ceramics began at a young age in his hometown of Jackson, Mississippi. He received his BFA in Ceramics from The University of Mississippi in 2011 and his MFA in Ceramics from Syracuse University in 2015.
While in graduate school, Andrew was a resident at The Pottery Workshop in Jingdezhen, China and Golden Bridge Pottery in Pondicherry, India. In May of 2018, he was recognized as one of Ceramic Monthly’s Emerging Artists. He has exhibited nationally and internationally, and has been featured in several Ceramic Art publications such as Ceramics Monthly, including being featured on the cover of Pottery Making Illustrated.
Previously Technician and Instructor of Ceramics at The University of Mississippi, Andrew moved from Oxford, Mississippi to Waco, Texas to join the faculty at the Baylor Department of Art and Art History.
M.F.A, Ceramics, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
B.F.A, Ceramics, The University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS
My pots are made to peak your curiosity and evoke sentiments of beauty and purpose. As a potter, my goal is to make pots that move in and out of someone’s home that will enhance their experiences of intimacy, consumption and nourishment. My intent is that my work will live to serve those moments where relationships and experiences are a celebration of life. Most recently I have been influenced by the relationship between light and color in stained glass windows, as well as 19th century Chinese Rice Grain porcelain. Combining elements of porcelain, wheel throwing, mark making, and firing methods allows me to achieve dynamic forms and surfaces. I find that the process of making tends to answer ongoing questions as well as form new ones. I continue to investigate the unique and intimate relationship between object and user not only through a visual and physical experience, but a visceral one.