• Dan Molyneux
  • contact me directly at: Dan.Molyneux@humboldt.edu

  • b.1974 California

    Bio- Molyneux first apprenticed with a sculptor in Bangalore, India in 1996. He then moved to Hangzhou, China to continue his undergraduate study and work in a local pottery studio. He worked for 3 years in the art studio at UC Berkeley and then left in 2006 to teach Arabic and wheel throwing at the Cornell University pottery studio. Later on, he spent 3 years as Chris Gustin’s studio manager, focusing heavily on glaze experimentation and wood firing.
    Molyneux presently lives and works in northern California, focusing on creating sculptures at a more intimate scale. He is currently exhibiting at the Faenza Biennale in Italy, received a best in show distinction for sculpture at the San Angelo Museum 2022 Biennial and an honorable mention at the 2019 Gyonggyi International Biennale in South Korea. His work is collected abroad and in permanent collections such as the Yingge Ceramics Museum, the Fuller Craft Museum and the Crocker Art Museum.