Jessica Brandl is an American contemporary ceramics artist of Midwestern
origins. She holds an MFA in Ceramics from The Ohio State University and a
BFA in Ceramics and Art History from The Kansas City Art Institute. Her work
has been shown nationally and internationally in numerous solo and group
exhibitions, including “Hazard” hosted by Crane Yard Gallery, “Grounded” hosted
by Alberta University of the Arts in Alberta Canada, “Unconventional Clay:
Engaged in Change”, NCECA Biannual invitational, hosted at the Nelson-Atkins
Museum of Art. In 2015 she was award NCECA’s international residency at
c.r.e.t.a.r. Rome, and also received a McKnight Artist Fellowship from the
Northern Clay Center in Minneapolis Minnesota. Her most recent work
investigates the vessel as canvas and sculptural diorama.
Jessica resides in Kalamazoo, Michigan, where she is an Assistant Professor at
Western Michigan University.