Nate Ditzler grew up on the island of O´ahu, Hawai´i.  He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Cultural Anthropology, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Hawai´i at Manoa.  In 2016 he completed a Master of Fine Arts at West Virginia University.  His sculptures are featured in public collections including The Hawai´i State Foundation for Culture and the Arts, The The Hawai´i State Mayor’s Office for Culture and the Arts, and the Flint Institute of Art.  Ditzler has artwork in private collections in the U.S.A., Switzerland, and Canada. Since 2007, he has shown in galleries, juried exhibitions, and group shows nationally and internationally.  Nate Ditzler continues to develop art that explores nuances of the human condition, while constantly expanding on his material investigations and means of fabrication.  He was previously the Ceramic Area Technician and an Adjunct Professor at Marshall University, an Artist In Residence at The Armory Art Center, in West Palm Beach Florida, and an Artist In Residence at the Lawrence Arts Center, in Lawrence, Kansas. He is currently the Artist in Residence and an Adjunct Professor at Midwestern State University, in Wichita Falls, Texas.