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Category Archive: Pottery & Glass Art

Ceramic Artists Jean & Carl Saake

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Asheville Art Demo – Ceramic Artists Jean & Carl Saake Saturday at 11 – 4PM Pablo Picasso is quoted as saying “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.” Well, master ceramic artists Jean and Carl Saake, who are both in their late 80’s prove that with […]

Carved Pottery by Lin Barber

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Hand Carved Pottery Bowls and Vases Mountain Made is happy to present for the first time to the public, ceramic artist Lin Barber. Lin has been a potter for over 40 years. She creates stoneware pottery that is lead-free, microwave and dishwasher safe. She has taught hand building (a method of making pottery in which […]

Ceramic Fairies: How to Make Fairy Gardens

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Creating a fairy garden with handcrafted fairies can be great fun for kid of all ages… What is a Fairy Garden? According to University of Illinois Extension horticulture educator Nancy Pollardm “A fairy garden is a small scene that uses at least one living plant along with a few [handcrafted items] to create a whimsical […]

St. Patrick’s Day Pinch?

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Wear Green or Get Pinched? St. Patrick’s Day Pinch? While we won’t pinch you if don’t wear green when you come by the store today, we invite you to check out some of our wonderful “Tipsy” Tumblers handcrafted by Asheville glass blower Terri Sigler. Okay, we admit it you might not NEED any glassware but […]

Jason Probstein: Asheville Glass Blower at Work

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Asheville Glass blower Asheville Glass blower, Jason Probstein is a lampworker and scientific glass blower who lives here in Asheville, North Carolina. He uses Corning Pyrex glass tubing and rods to create his wonderful artwork. He uses a 3000 degree torch to heat and shape his glass art into strong and very durable pieces like ornaments and goblets. Scientific […]

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