About Vivien Hart
Vivien was first inspired by glass art as a child when she participated in a glass workshop in Norway.
She is strongly influenced by the natural world and the simple lines of her Scandanavian heritage as well as the exquisite beauty inherent in Japanese design.
Visit her at https://www.glasshart.com/
About Sally Jackson
There is great satisfaction in holding a finished piece of pottery that is useful and pleasing, but what I like best about working with clay is the link it forms between the ground, my hands, and the artistic impulse that led me to the wheel in the first place.
Visit her at https://sallygravesjackson.com/
JAN SCHACHTER Festival Exhibit Coordinator
About Jan Schachter
I enjoy making pots for everyday use; each is a subtle variation of a form – usually created in a series. I am a perfectionist (as much as the process allows) and am constantly in search of the perfect surface and ideal form while striving to create pots that have life and vitality.
Visit her at http://www.janschachter.com
About Lee Middleman
I throw classic forms and use surface textures to give them energy and vitality, resulting in art that is both pleasing and alive. I seek to create patterns and textures that emphasize the organic interplay between order and randomness as found in Nature.
Visit him at http://www.LeeMiddleman.com
About Jacqueline Thompson
I use uncomplicated forms that allow me the space I need for my designs. I’m interested in the human condition. Why people decorate themselves with tattoos, their homes with pigment, hand woven fabric for a garment or a decorated plate.
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