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Ceramics/Clay

Stephen Schroeder

Stephen Schroeder

About:  Stephen Schroeder

Wheel thrown and hand-built stoneware, raku & pit fired clay pieces, decorative to functional. Surfaces are glazed sagger fired and smoked. This along with texture and paint create unique designs.

Booth Number:

96

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http://schroeder-pottery.com

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Ron Netten

Ron Netten

About:  Ron Netten

This is wheel-thrown, functional and sculptural, high-fire, reduction stoneware. Emphasis is on creating rhythms through metal oxides and porcelain slips that generate energy and personal involvement.

Booth Number:

47

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Mary Jo Schmith

Mary Jo Schmith

About:  Mary Jo Schmith

Wheel thrown, altered or hand built functional works of reduction fired art! Playfully handpainted to illuminate & be used in the endless silly or serious cycles of life that consume us every day!

Booth Number:

8

Website:  

http://www.frontavenuepotteryandtile.com

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Sally Gierke

Sally Gierke

About:  Sally Gierke

My work with clay is rooted in utilitarian and decorative pottery. I work with earthenware, porcelain, and stoneware. Surfaces are embellished with textures, scaffito, slips, and stamped impressions.

Booth Number:

62

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http://www.sallygierke.com

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Bob Andersen

Bob Andersen

About:  Bob Andersen

We have been Iowa Artist for over 40 years, our earthenware pottery is hand thrown and all original. Sunflower pottery is one of the oldest potteries left in Iowa, unique imagery in color and design.

Booth Number:

67

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http://www.sunflowerpottery.com

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Allison Fretheim

Allison Fretheim

About:  Allison Fretheim

Allison Fretheim Ceramics are created individually using the potter’s wheel and hand building techniques with white earthenware. Each piece is carved and inlayed with black slip, and finished with gold.

Booth Number:

19

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http://allisonfretheim.com

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Patricia Whidby

Patricia Whidby

About:  Patricia Whidby

While primarily wheel thrown, I utilize hand building techniques to create balance and transformation; the basis for each piece. Fired to cone 6 in oxidation, colored slip creates a textual quality.

Booth Number:

14

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Karen Steininger

Karen Steininger

About:  Karen Steininger

We work in stoneware, and fire in a reduction atmosphere to 2300 degrees. We utilize slip-trailing on thrown work, slab-building, press molds, and just about anything else!

Booth Number:

90

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Gretchyn Nothhouse

Gretchyn Nothhouse

About:  Gretchyn Nothhouse

Wheelthrown functional ceramics from hand harvested native clay. Glazed in vibrant hues created in small batches. Electric fired and a blast to create.

Booth Number:

85

Website:  

http://Www.redstonepottery.etsy.com

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Kathy Maves

Kathy Maves

About:  Kathy Maves

Earthenware pottery with red clay, white slip, underglazes, and a clear gloss glaze. Marbled monoprints use ceramic oil-based paint and computer-generated paper cuts as a relief image.

Booth Number:

86

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http://www.kathymaves.com

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