Sid Henderson

Sid Henderson was born in Indiana, but mostly grew up in California. He obtained a BA from the University of California at Davis, majoring in Fine art with an emphasis in Ceramics and Intaglio.

Early in his career, he worked on two major bronze sculptures, "Mance Lipscomb" and "Heroes of Wylie", installed in Navasota Texas, and Wylie Texas, respectively.

He transitioned back into ceramics shortly after completing "Heroes of Wylie", learning how to engineer new glazes and manually fire gas kilns at a ceramics studio located nearby the Tucson Museum of Art.

He now holds a position as a ceramics instructor and head lab technician at the City of Tucson's largest clay studio, Randolph, while he produces pieces that celebrate and discuss his experiences as a proud and out homosexual.

Note that Sid Henderson's work contains explicit images.

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