There were some wonderful wood fired and salt fired wares on display.
|Friend Cathy connected with her old friend Becka Lloyd, both having been at Haywood Community College several years ago...and that's Becka's beautiful scragfitto ware on display.|
Charlie Teff (looking down in background) paints lovely animals on his wares, then sprays an ash glaze in a nice denim blue around them.
There was quite a crowd when we first arrived, and many people were making purchases.
|My Zuma lunch was one of the best salads I've ever had, mmm!|
These were our favorite pots, all raku ware, with a lovely little copper wire twisted around them for a nice accent. One of the few out-of-state potters that were there this year.
Link (added later) to my other blog where I show the Allen House in Marshall, and mention Vicki Lane's upcoming book (I hope).