Focusing on ideas of fragility and subtle strength, Rhonda Willers creates installations, ceramic
vessels, drawings and mixed-media works with repetitive forms and markings to elicit thoughts of
memories, spiritual spaces and rituals.
Rhonda studied at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (MFA),
University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth (post-baccalaureate) and the University of Wisconsin-River Falls
She served as a Director at Large for the National Council on Education for Ceramic Arts
(NCECA) from 2009-2012. Presently, she is a Lecturer of Ceramics & Visual Art at the University of
Wisconsin-River Falls. She is the author of the book, Terra Sigillata: Contemporary Techniques, and several
Rhonda maintains a studio at her home in Rural Wisconsin, where she lives with her
husband and three children.