Maud’s exposure to the world of art began in her childhood, visiting the museums of
New York City, and continued through her studies at
University, where she earned her degree in Art Education.
In the last twenty years, as a maker of pots and a teacher of makers. Since moving to the mountains of Western North Carolina she has tried to incorporate the look of the mountains in her work. Her technique and style have developed into a synthesis of the rustic and the refined, with form and function playing an intriguing duet.
Maud Boleman has a BA in Art Education and a MS in Psychology. She taught for over 10 years at
University. She currently is a studio potter and gallery owner. She is an active member of the Western North Carolina arts community; she has served as a board member of the Asheville Area Arts Council, an organizer for the EAST of Asheville Studio Tour, and is working on the committee for economic development in Western North Carolina.
Maud continues to work in the artists’ community; she is a board member and secretary of Craft Retailers’ Association for Tomorrow.