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2019 PARTICIPATING ARTISTS BY CATEGORY

CLAY

ELIZABETH ADKISSON

High and low fire clays and glazes are used to make different decorative items. Focus is on texture and unique one-of-a-kind pieces. Glaze layering offers interesting designs that can’t be replicated. www.claydayz.com

MIKE ANDERSON

I make decorative and functional pottery in my Rockport, TX studio. I mix my own glazes and create each piece myself.

Anderson Pottery Makingmud@gmail.com

LYNN ARMSTRONG

Wheel thrown and slab constructed stoneware ceramics explore the textural possibilities of clay using printmaking techniques to hand build forms with function into pottery with purpose http://www.bothhandsstudio.com

KATHY DAVIES

I use stoneware clay and lead free glazes in all the pieces I make, both functional and decorative.

http://kathymaydavies.blogspot.com

ROSS DE LA GARZA

Whimsical handbuilt Raku fired fish, teapots and vessels.
Textured slabs combining porcelain and Raku clays. Coooer, fused glass, fishing lures & fossil limestone is incorporated into my art.

Primordial Persuasions    www.phishross.com

TONY HOLMAN

My pottery is mostly hand thrown high fired stoneware with some slab built pieces. Using my own glazes, they are fired to a temperature of 2336F. These extreme temperatures ensure their durability.

AMY LANCASTER

Handcrafted wheel thrown ceramics.Functional and decorative pieces celebrating water and earth
by layering glazes and embellishing with texture and raised forms.

www.amylancasterpottery.com

RENEE LINDQUIST

Wheel Thrown, altered, Cone 6 stoneware, Raku   www.ceramicandpottery.com  

MARGARET LYNCH

My work in clay I hand build each piece. Then I glaze and fire in the raku technique.

YU CHA PAK

Each piece is hand sculpted with multiple low fires and layers of glaze.

http://www.yuchapak.com

MONICA RICKERL

My work with earthenware and stoneware clay is a combination of wheel-thrown forms and textured hand-built pieces.

I create pieces that are both functional and decorative.

PAUL UHL

A modern Southwest/Oriental with a touch of something more!  www.pauluhlpottery.com