"The center of my work is exploration.Most of what I learn is in the making process."
David Tarullo's ceramic work ranges between fine art and the design of functional ware for the table and home. Tarullo studied wood fired ceramics at Northern Arizona University, received his B. A from Sarah Lawrence College, and his Master of Fine Arts from the University of Montana. He is a recipient of the Rudy Autio Award and is a Professor of Ceramics, Sculpture, and Design. In addition he works as Co-Director of the Border Arts Corridor, a non-profit organization that facilitates the creation of public art as a means of bridging cultures separated by physical borders.His work is in the permanent collection at the American Museum of Ceramic Art and the Montana Museum of Arts and Culture.