18359 Co Rd 28 Goshen, IN 46528
- 4 artists
Guest, Lorie Marsh
I first fell in love with clay at the age of 10. 40 years later, I became an adult student of first, Chad Hartwig, and then, Zach Tate.
I had been making functional ware in our backyard shed until the fall of 2018, when I convinced a friend to build a small wheel so that I could work year round. And, as they say, the rest is history.
The backyard shed is now a year round studio, where I make small porcelain wares featuring dynamic glazes and minute detail work that quiets the noise and makes time fall away as you focus on the tiny magnificence, and realize… it really is about the small things in life.
Come see me, and the tiny wheel in action, at Dick Lehman’s during this year’s Michiana Pottery Tour.
Guest, Dale Huffman
After earning his BS in Physics from Carnegie-Mellon in 1972 and his MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1976, Dale spent several years as part of a ragtag crew in Downs, Illinois repairing air cooled Volkswagens and VW powered corn detasselers. He and Betsy moved back to Pittsburgh, spending two decades as full-time artists previous to his being asked to join the faculty at Carlow University. Dale has exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally. His work and ceramic writings have been included in books and leading periodicals from England, Germany, Ireland, Australia and the USA. He has conducted workshops in Denmark, Spain, Sweden, and the USA and has been selected to participate in numerous international group workshops in Japan, Denmark, Sweden, and the USA. Dale has designed and built various kilns including the wood kiln he established in 1998 south of Pittsburgh. Dale is now Professor Emeritus at Carlow, where he served as 3D Professor and Chair of the Art Department for 17 years.