Ahmad Q. Gazal has been making pottery and teaching pottery and ceramic arts, for over 25 years.
He has taught pottery in schools, youth centers and in his studio.
He has taught wheel throwing and hand building to nearly 500 children each summer for seven years at a New England International Camp.
His studio Rainmaker Pottery was open for 12 years in historical Northeast Georgia off route 441 known for legendary names in American pottery.
He traveled to Mali, " Timbuktu",Dakar Senegal, Malaysia, Pakistan , Arabia, Gambia, Iznik ,Turkey , Fez and Safi Morocco with visits to ceramic centers in each country.
He studied coiling and traditional pit firing techniques with the master women potters in a village in Thidaye Senegal West Africa.
Before departing West africa Ahmad also initated and facilitated building a small school project.