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Diana Kersey
Diana Kersey is a visual artist who works in clay, creating both studio pottery and architectural ceramics. Her work possesses a raw, textural quality, with the clay encompassed in a translucent, earthy glaze. The birds, insects, fish, and flowers present in her work suggest a primordial narrative, while the underlying decorative grids and motifs capture the relentless energy, complexity, and contradictions that pulse through our contemporary society.

Lisa Orr
Lisa Orr's artworks for the table often refer to traditional porcelain or diner white wares, but with softer forms inspired by the playful and abundant qualities of Mexican earthenware. She invented her own production process after studying clay mold fragments in antiquated factories and museums.

Angela Gallia - Urban Folk Pottery - Dallas, Texas
Angela has been working in clay since the mid 1980's. She currently maintains a private studio in Dallas, Texas. The work is hand-built using a variety of techniques including slab construction, modeling, pinching and coil. Surfaces are decorated with inlayed scrafitto drawings, hand made colored slips, commercial under-glaze, decals and lusters.
Buck Pottery, Gruene Texas
Dee and Terry Buck established Buck Pottery in 1982 on the banks of the Guadalupe River in the Gruene Historical District of New Braunfels, Texas. Their functional pottery is wheel turned and hand formed, then fired in wood and gas kilns. The unique "sheen" on the exterior of their pottery is the result of wood and soda ash collecting and melting on the surface.

Chris Campbell - Austin, Texas
Chris Campbell is a potter living in Austin, Texas. Since earning his Master of Fine Arts from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville in 2000 Campbell has focused on unglazed, wood fired pottery. His work is exhibited nationally. Currently Campbell is the ceramics lab technician at the University of Texas at Austin.

Claudia Reese - Austin, Texas
Claudia Reese lives and works in Austin, Texas, USA. She holds an MFA from Indiana University and has run her business, Cera-Mix Studios since 1980. She has exhibited nationally (highlights include the Everson Museum, the Renwick Gallery (Smithsonian), American Craft Museum, San Antonio Museum, National Museum of Ceramic Art, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Art Expo: Chicago, Kimbell Art Museum, Irving Arts Center, Laguna Gloria Art Museum (Austin), Arlington Art Museum, San Angelo Museum; as well as many private galleries and university galleries) and internationally (Canada, Paris, Tokyo, Jingdezgen, People’s Republic of China).

Dale Neese - Helotes, Texas
Dale Neese is a full time potter with a studio in Helotes Texas northwest of San Antonio. Dale’s pottery has received numerous awards and honors. 
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Diana Seidel - Potter - Autin, Texas
Working primarily with wheel-thrown stoneware and rich matte glazes to make pieces intended for daily use in the home.

Doug & Beth Brown - Edom, Texas
Potters Brown located in Edom, Texas since 1971, is the home and studio of Doug and Beth Brown. Doug, originally from Arcata, California, founded the Edom Craft Community and the Potters Brown studio after a 2 year pottery apprenticeship in California. Beth, originally from Tennessee, exhibited at the Edom Art Fair in 1991, and fell in love with Doug and the media of clay and joined the studio in 1992.

Jon & Jan Brieger - Blanco, Texas
The Brieger’s have been potters for over 20 years producing functional and decorative stoneware pottery for the home and garden. Jon does all of the throwing, Jan the hand-building and they work together on the glazing and firing. All of the work is fired to 2400F in a 80 cu.ft. downdraft propane fueled kiln.

Marian Haigh - Austin, Texas
Marian was born in Pittsburg, KS in 1951 and grew up in very small towns in a rural setting. She received a B.F.A. from Arkansas State University in 1973. Since then she has worked in her studio, hand building ceramic vessels, teaching workshops, and exhibiting locally and nationally. Her work can be found in American and European museums, corporate and private collections and published in books and magazines. Marian lives with her husband and a very bad cat in Austin, TX. They divide their time between the city and a cabin in the Texas Hill Country. The country landscape brings back memories of a rich childhood immersed in the natural world which has a deep influence on her art work.

Paul Uhl Pottery Clay Works - Smithville Texas
Paul's background in clay started at Luther College in Iowa, studying with Dean Schwartz and the chance to work with Marquerite Wildenhain. Afterwards he traveled out to Tuscarora nevada to study with Dennis Parks and his many California friends. Followed by an apprenticeship in Saint Paul MN. Later some studio work in Houston Texas, some time in Denmark and finally finishing up his formal education at the University of Texas in Austin. Since then he has worked as a studio potter in Smithville Texas.

Paulina van Bavel - Weimar, Texas
Contemperary decorative designs functional and non functional art vessels. Sculptures in clay and ash

Rebecca Roberts, Clay and Horses - Austin, Texas
Clay handbuilder.

V. Chin and Narumol Chinookoswong
The Chinookoswong Gallery features ceramics by V. Chin and pen and ink works by Narumol Chinookoswong.

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