Margaret Bohls

Lincoln, NE



Margaret Bohls is an American potter and educator who makes hand-built pottery and vessels. Bohls has been teaching ceramics at the college level for 28 years and is currently Associate Professor of Art at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln. She has taught hands-on workshops at art centers across the US and abroad. Her work has been shown in over 100 group and solo exhibitions since 1995 and is included in the permanent collections of the Minnesota Museum of American Art, the American Museum of Ceramic Art (AMOCA), the Weisman Museum of Art, and the Everson Museum of Art. Her work has been featured in articles in the Journal of the National Council for Education on Ceramic Arts, Pottery Making Illustrated, Ceramics Monthly and Studio Potter.

Artist Statement

Bohls’ work is inspired and informed by a study of historical ceramics and other decorative art. She has an abiding interest in the vernacular language of utilitarian forms, and in the way process and material can convey abstract ideas.


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