Nancy Kubale

Rutherfordton, NC

Each sculpture addresses our pursuit of Truth (trying to figure out what and how things really are and the nature of our humanness). I am intrigued by what we think, do, and say, by who we are and how we live. Hand built in stoneware clay. The final figure is assembled with wood, metal, fiber and/or found objects.
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Cliff Lee

Stevens, PA

THE PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN DESIGN

I work on a potter’s wheel with translucent porcelain. I will then carved, apply, alter or sculpt the porcelain to obtain the desired form. I use a gas kiln to high fire monochrome reduction glazes.
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Becky & Steve Lloyd

Clyde, NC

2013 Craft Show BEST OF SHOW

As husband and wife, the work says as much about our relationship as it does our influences and inspirations. We discuss and plan our vessels, but we also leave one another to explore and create intuitively. The hope is to combine one potter’s keen interest in developing compelling form on the potter’s wheel, with another potter’s desire to create surface design that embodies intricacy, beauty and precision.
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Elisabeth Maurland

Decorah, IA

I use white stoneware clay. The animal image is appealing to me on many levels. It is the ancient relationship humans have had to them, whether through hunting, fearing, raising, or loving them. I want my pots to function, while at the same time express some of the life and energy and efficiency of the animal shape.
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Lisa Naples

Doylestown, PA

After nearly 35 years, attempting to express something personal through functional pottery still engages me. 10,000 tiny decisions: the flare of a lip, should the handle be for 2 fingers or 3, how does amplifying volume enhance or diminish this form and on and on. Lately the surfaces of my pots have taken on characters and begun to tell stories through those illustrations.
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Paula Shalan

West Stockbridge, MA

My current work reflects my interest in the relationship of interior and exterior spaces, as well as the absorption and reflection of light. Acute attention to detail in my environment informs my dialog with clay. Each piece is hand constructed from white earthenware using pinch, coil, and slab techniques.
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Carol Snyder

Columbus, OH

I wheel throw and hand carve all pieces using high fired unglazed porcelain. This minimal approach compels me to consider how light itself will convey patterns and textures in each piece. My influence is nature and the landscape. I put great emphasis on the craftsmanship of each work and believe that through this, the true beauty of form is revealed.
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Will Swanson

Harris, MN

I create handmade dinnerware, serving bowls, platters, baking dishes, mugs, bowls and plates for everyday use. Working in durable stoneware clay, I form each piece on the potter’s wheel.
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Ikuzi Teraki & Jeanne Bisson

Washington, VT

Utilitarian porcelain tableware and sculptural vase forms and wall pieces. The work is thrown, slab or hand built. The motivating concept is function and creative drama in color, texture, form and weight. Mindful creations for mindful consumption.
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Jonathan K. White

South Portland, ME

I see beauty in both natural and industrial objects. A steel mill furnace being reclaimed by rust is as pleasing to me as the first fiddleheads of spring pushing from the ground. Form and function dictates their existence and it is happenstance that we find either beautiful or plain to behold. I hand build or throw each piece depending upon its scale and form. I seek a harmony between function and ornament to transform the vessel into a sculptural object.
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