This work is unique. Widely admired for his sculptural vessels, which feature richly textured glazes, Silverman is among the most dynamic practitioners in the ceramic discipline today. Yet his sources of inspiration range far beyond clay. Originally trained as an architect, he brings a powerful structural integrity to his work, and also draws on ideas from sculpture, painting, and choreography. Adam Silverman received a BFA and a Bachelors of Architecture from RISD and served as studio director of Heath Ceramics from January 2009 to May 2014. Silverman’s work is included in permanent collections across the United States and Europe.