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Online Sale Begins

Well the trials and tribulations of an online sale were more than I figured. Which is usually the case for me, especially when it comes to technology. In the end I battled rainy skies,  a dying camera, figuring out how to use my phone camera, figuring out how to focus it, I’m not used to …

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Events for 2011

Well 2011 is shaping into a whirl wind pottery tour for me. This coming Friday is the opening of the “Clay Comrades ” exhibition. The next major event will be a reception at the Bell Street Gallery on Madeline Island in Northern Wisconsin for the summer solstice.  The weekend of June 17th and 18th I …

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Clay Comrades at the Raymond Avenue Gallery

This Friday the 13th at the Raymond Avenue Gallery in St. Paul Minnesota  my fellow Clay Comrades, Joe Singewald, Jason Trebs, and myself will be having a group pottery exhibiton.  The opening will begin  at 6 pm and go until 8pm. Free parking is available in the bank parking lot across the street. The show …

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Fall Sale 2010

Well the home sale is fast approaching. This is the postcard for 2010. Joe Singewald  greenware is to the left, my hand and cup are in the middle, and Jason Trebs stoneware pots are on the right. My brother-in-law Ross Nordquist will be showing his fine crafted furniture as well.  If you wish to receive …

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New Pots

Here are some photos of new pots. The cups and and a few of the jars were taken to the Bell Street Gallery on Madeline Island last weekend. The big jar  and few other pots were  was given to the Grand Hand Gallery. The photo of the big jar was taken at the Tangle Town …

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North Shore Studio Tour

I’ ll be returning to the Cooter’s home studio as a guest for The Crossing Borders Studio Tour 2010. The tour takes place during the peak of fall colors along the North Shore. If you are looking for just a day trip or if you want to make a weekend of it, this tour will …

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Studio

The new studio has been working well. I have been making adjustments along the way, the biggest so far has been the humidity. I have been balancing the use of the sun as well as a dehumidifier to get pots to leatherhard state.  Currently I am still firing in my old studio in Lowertown, St. …

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