Jill Provost received her Bachelors in Fine Arts from the New Hampshire Institute of Art in 2012. Still living in Manchester NH, Provost is currently concentrating on functional pottery that aesthetically lures through layered patterns of various ceramic materials.
Her works have been exhibited several times at The New Hampshire Institute of Art as well as, The Firehouse Gallery in Rochester New York and The Terra Incognito Gallery in Oak Park Illinois. In 2011 Provost attended the International Society of Ceramic Art Education and Exchange in Tokyo, Japan.
While in Japan she exhibited work, fired two Anagama Wood kilns and made many international connections while learning about different ceramic techniques from various counties.