“I serve as a mentor and inspiration in assisting and directing students to chart the means to question, discover, refine and redefine paths that will help them to develop as artists and as aware and thoughtful adults.”

Lucy Breslin has taught for over 25 years at MECA&D. She earned her MFA in Ceramics from Kent State University and has a BA from Pennsylvania State University. After completing her MFA, she was awarded a year‐long residency at The Archie Bray Foundation in Montana. The following year she lived and traveled in Spain on a Fulbright Fellowship, visiting over 40 traditional potteries. Her work has been widely exhibited in venues such as Yellowstone Art Museum, Hunter Museum of American Art, NCECA Clay National, and others. She has been a visiting artist at schools and art centers around the country and has participated in numerous NCECA panels and demos. In 2014 she worked with 13 artists from nine different countries at the International Ceramic Center in Denmark.


● Work included in Ceramics Monthly and Clay Times

● Past Advisory Board member of Studio Potter

● Work included in 500 Vases; 500 Plates; 500 Ceramics, all published by Lark Books


Lucy enjoys spending time with friends and family, writing, walking, gardening, traveling, making wine and cooking.

Lucy's Website