Associate Professor of Art
Chowan University is the perfect place to focus on one’s passion in life. We are located in a rural paradise that is far enough removed from the distractions of fast-paced city life, yet close enough to visit some of our nation’s premier cultural centers. The faculty, staff, and students at CU embody a supportive community that strives to enrich our lives intellectually, academically, and spiritually. It is a privilege to live and work alongside such bright energetic minds.
- MFA, Art, Concentration in Ceramics, Southern Illinois University
- Apprentice to Master Ceramist Katsuyuki Sakezumi, Hanyama Kobo, Nakajo, Japan
- BFA, Art, Concentration in Ceramics, Florida Atlantic University
- AA, Liberal Arts, Broward Community College
- Ceramics I, II, III, IV, V
- Sculpture/Mold Making
- 3-D Design
- 3-D Methods and Materials
- Basic Design I
- Drawing I
- Printmaking I
- Art Appreciation
- Art History II
- Critical Thinking 101
- Critical Thinking 102
Faculty Exhibition – Chowan University, Murfreesboro, North Carolina, 2013.
Faculty Exhibition – Chowan University, Murfreesboro, North Carolina, 2011.
The Carved Vase Juried Finalists Exhibition – The Gallery at Clayscapes, Syracuse, New York, 2010.
Faculty Exhibition – Chowan University, Murfreesboro, North Carolina, 2009.
Art in the Park – Winfield, Kansas, 2004. Third Prize
Southern Illinois Ceramics Past and Present – Rend Lake Community College, Ina, Illinois, 1991.
Illinois Masters of Fine Arts in Ceramics Invitational – Birks Museum, Millikin University, Decatur, Illinois, 1990. Purchase Prize, added to the Birks Museum’s permanent collection.
Vases and Bottles – Solo Exhibition – Rend Lake Community College, Ina, Illinois, 1990.
Student Union Purchase Awards – Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois, 1989. Honorable Mention.
Buller, Rob (1989). Emerging talent artists. National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts Journal, 10: 38 – 39.
Buller, Rob (1990). Review of Uncommon Clay exhibition. National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts Journal, 11: 58.