HP Bloomer IV was raised in central Texas in a household which embraced art and artistic expression. After finishing his Bachelors of Fine Arts in 2007, he was the recipient of the Texas Arts & Crafts Scholarship and University of North Texas Toulouse Graduate School Masters and Doctoral Fellowship. Upon completing his MFA in 2011 he moved to Colorado for a residency at the Carbondale Clay Center. During these two years he served as a studio technician at CCC while maintaining positions at Colorado Mountain College, the Aspen Art Museum, and the Harvey Meadows/Artstream Gallery. He has since been a Artist in Residence at the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Tennessee and is currently a Artist in Residence at Cobb Mountain Art and Ecology Project. He has had work published in Lark’s 500 Teapots and Ceramics Monthly and continues to exhibit his work around the country. Currently he sells his work through Anderson Ranch Art Center, Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts, The Carbondale Clay Center, The Eutectic Gallery, and Lillstreet Art Center.