Rabih Aboujaoudé

Rabih Aboujaoudé

Rabih AbouJaoudé makes faces. Digital faces. Faces on the bus. Pencil on paper faces. Pen and ink faces. Ceramic faces. Faces in the mirror.

Rabih studied printmaking and music theory at Walla Walla College where he was drawn to sculpture in clay and studied with Tom Emerson. His career took him into computer graphics and he worked in the game industry for 16 years, making faces there, as well—sometimes a non-square pixel at a time. An association with Garrison Coverdale rekindled Rabih’s love for sculpture and he was encouraged to make more clay faces. That led to classes with Tip Toland and a long relationship with Seward Park Clay Studio. He has been making faces as a resident artist since 2011.

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