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Richard Bresnahan

After spending nearly four years in Japan as an apprentice for the Nakazato family, Richard Bresnahan returned to St. John’s University with a wealth of pottery knowledge and skills. He set up a completely indigenous pottery studio, including the largest wood-firing kiln of its kind in North America.

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