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 How Did We Learn To Do Pottery?

Our first contact with clay was a class taught by Bob Fazio. Bob is head of the Art Department at Baylor School in Chattanooga, TN. He was a student of Charles Counts a world renowned potter and author.
We next studied under Stephen Jepson of Geneva, FL. Stephen studied at Alfred University, known around the world for the ceramics program. Stephen operates his own studio and The World Pottery Institute. Stephen's Advertisements can be seen each month in Ceramics Monthly and Clay Times.
Our next learning stop was Cornwall, UK. We had the pleasure of meeting and learning from Seth Cardew.  Seth is the oldest son of Pioneer Potter Michael Cardew. Seth is known worldwide in his own right as a potter and lecturer. His site is at

Images of Our Trip to Wenford Bridge Pottery

Our latest clay adventure was at John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, NC. The week long Raku class was conducted by Steven Forbe-deSoule. Steven holds a Master of Visual Arts Degree from Georgia State University. He has taught at Agnes Scott College, Callanwold Fine Arts enter and Odyssey Center for Ceramic Arts.  Steven has taught workshops throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. We hope to add a new decorative Raku fired line of pottery in the near future. 


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