Patz Fowle is a professional 2D and 3D visual artist and innovative teaching artist. She has taught countless numbers in public schools, universities and workshops nationwide and internationally. Examples of her award-winning art and original techniques are chronicled in numerous art publications and featured on a short documentary on a SCETV series on PBS.
Ms. Fowle began traditional ceramic arts training under the direction of Master Potter, Yosuke Haruta. In addition, she has studied briefly at Parsons School of Design/Adelphi University, Kansas City Art Institute, Savannah College of Art and Design and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where she is a mentor for the Teacher Institute in Contemporary Art. Ms. Fowle is an art instructor for the SCAD Educator Forum summer program at Savannah College of Art and Design.
Tell us what you love about working at GSSM.
The open art studio at GSSM and the GSSM environment as a whole is one of discovery! I absolutely love that our students have the opportunity to explore, innovate and create in GSSM’s Art Studio whenever their schedule allows. It’s always a thrill to work with curious, enthusiastic, students who want to dig deeply and express their ideas creatively.
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Human-friendly art guru. Aficionado of fun. Enthusiastic student of life.