Eliza Weber

Eliza Weber

Award(s): 2024 Taunt Fellow
Residency Years: 2024
Posted in: Current Artist, Current Long Term Resident, Past Artist, Past Long Term Resident


Eliza Weber
2024 Taunt Fellow
Great Falls, Montana

Eliza Weber’s work explores interconnectedness and materiality in a variety of mediums including ceramic, paper, found objects, and textiles. Through considerations of duality and context, with explorations in emotion and play, individual pieces and installations become abstracted reflections of the world around us. Influenced by the curation of domestic places and the management of environments, interior and exterior overlap, acknowledging the ways in which objects, the self, and others occupy space.

Weber completed her MFA at Arizona State University and BFA at The University of Montana. She has completed residencies at Medalta in Alberta, Canada, The Pottery Workshop in Jingdezhen, China, and Pottery Northwest in Seattle, Washington. She served on the boards of NCECA and the Ceramics Research Center, and is presently on the NCECA Green Task Force and the board for the Urban Art Project. In recent years, Eliza moved home to work as Director of Education at Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art.