Richard Flores
Professor of Art


hand building ceramics

wheel thrown ceramics 


stained glass

3-D design

arts & crafts

Richard Flores was born in Los Angeles, California and received both his bachelors and masters degree from Cal State University, Northridge. He was the recipient of full-tuition scholarships to Brooks Institute and Santa Barbara Art Institute. He has also won multiple scholarships from Los Angeles Pierce College, Cal State University, Northridge and the Institute of Earth Art and Ceramic Architecture in Hesperia, California. He has worked with the late famed artist Beatrice Wood, performed numerous workshops with Richard Marquis and William Davis and continues to be a major factor in the education and development of earth art and ceramic architecture at Cal Earth Institute in Hesperia. He has exhibited nationally in ceramics, sculpture and glass, is the recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award from LAPC and the Richard Deher Memorial Scholarship from CSU Northridge, and has been purchased into the Forrest L. Merril and Kamm Foundation collections. He is a juried member of Ojai Studio Artists (OSA) and invited visiting artist at Harvard, Boston and Rhode Island Schools. 

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