Julia DeValk

Julia DeValk

About:  Julia DeValk

I try to capture the beauty of the natural landscapes around Iowa and places I have traveled in the past in my paintings and I am particularly drawn to sunsets. I have tried several different styles and mediums of paint but I mainly work in acrylics. My other passion is in ceramics and although I mostly throw on the pottery wheel, I have been experimenting with handbuilt animals and structures lately. I also delve into drawing and create images of animals using ink pens and occasionally colored pencils.

Student, University of Iowa

Booth Number:

Emerging Artist

Website:  

https://juliadevalk.weebly.com/

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Kirk Niehouse

Kirk Niehouse

About:  Kirk Niehouse

I create original wheel thrown & hand-built ceramics that are finished with the Raku process, Horse Hair Raku or stoneware glaze firings. My stoneware works are functional while my Raku is decorative.

Booth Number:

NA

Website:  

mpcpottery@gmail.com

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Caroline Freese

Caroline Freese

About:  Caroline Freese

I make handmade, wheel thrown porcelain ceramics. My forms and glazes are unique and fired to cone 6. I decorate my pottery with black iron oxide decals, based on my original animal paintings.

Booth Number:

NA

Website:  

www.carolinefreesedesigns.com

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Aaron Moseley

Aaron Moseley

About:  Aaron Moseley

Wheel thrown and altered functional stoneware, wares are made for home decor and kitchen use. Wares are high fired to cone 10 in a reduction atmosphere. Work is microwave and dishwasher safe.

Booth Number:

NA

Website:  

http://www.aaronmoseley.com

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Brian Beam

Brian Beam

About:  Brian Beam

Functional wheel thrown and altered stoneware pottery. High fire reduction with a woodash glaze.

Booth Number:

NA

Website:  

brianbeampottery.com

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Alexandria Medenciy

Alexandria Medenciy

About:  Alexandria Medenciy

Wheel thrown porcelain ware. Decorated with underglaze and the sgraffito technique. Hand glazed and fired to cone 6.

Booth Number:

48

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