Bill Kremer

Professor, Ceramics

Bill Kremer

Biography

Kremer’s artistic activity is ceramic art, representing both ceramic sculpture and traditional pottery. Kremer is known for his work and innovations using large-scale molds as a means to construct sculptural vessel forms. The resulting forms are salt fired in a thirty-foot anagama wood fired kiln.

Kremer’s work has been exhibited around the country and has been represented by numerous commercial galleries. His work has been shown in more than 150 exhibitions and he has conducted more than thirty workshops and lectures. Recently, Kremer’s one-person exhibition was exhibited in the Snite Museum of Art on the Notre Dame Campus.

Education

B.F.A. University of Wisconsin, Superior, 1969
M.A. University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 1970
M.F.A. University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 1971

Contact

118 Riley Hall of Art
Notre Dame, IN 46556

ph: 574.631.5254
e: wkremer@nd.edu


Selected Works