Karen Eaves

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   I see myself as a potter. I have been working in clay for over 40 years and still love the feel of clay and my ability to change its shape with my hands.
    A strong appreciation of the environment of the Pacific Northwest has led me to express the connections between classical forms and natural elements through form, surface detail or firing techniques.
   I enjoy throwing classical shapes, and I often add hand built elements associated with nature or carve the pieces with organic patterns. My focus lately has been on alternative firing techniques. I especially appreciate the horsehair raku and pit fired burnished ware more familiar in the American Southwest.
    Maybe it is our need for sun here in WA or the desert landscapes that draw me in to these firing techniques.

 Karen Eaves
Poulsbo, WA
360-930-8898
kdeaves@hotmail.com


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Andy Buck

   Raincreek Pottery is a studio pottery located in a rural section of Kitsap County near the town of Port Orchard.  Owned and operated by Andy and Pam Buck, Raincreek Pottery was established in 1991.  Raincreek produces functional pottery, dinnerware, garden markers, jewelry, and pet related items from Stoneware and Porcelain clay bodies.  The ware is fired to cone 10 (2350 degrees F) in a propane fueled kiln.
    Raincreek Pottery's products can also be found in the Artists in Action area of the Western Washington Fairgrounds during the Puyallup County Fair and at a limited number of other venues.

Contact Information:
360 674- 2604
Website: raincreekpottery.com

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