Yvonne Asp-grahn (map #20)
Prior Lake, MN
Functional and decorative stoneware / Techniques include throwing & hand-building / Decoration and texture: bright glaze contrasted with sgraffito, sodium silicate surface cracking, slip-trailing, etc.
abby lingle (map #1)
I create primarily wheel thrown and altered vessels from porcelain. I create textures and patterns using only handmade custom tools. Then I finish the pieces with unique, custom, handmade glazes.
eileen Mcdaniel (map #102)
Heavily textured relief surface is created with hand carved stamps. Fired in oxidation at mid range the porcelaneous stoneware is food safe. Kitchen and garden pieces available.
kate bauman (map #47)
Lake City, MN
I create functional pottery on the potter's wheel using porcelain and stoneware clay. I also hand build ceramic sculpture using a variety of clays. Glazed work is fired either in electric or gas kilns.
John Steger (map #95)
The emphasis of my work has stayed constant over the past 20 years; I am a functional potter. I am using cone 6 stoneware clay and glazes that compliment my forms in an oxidation firing environment.
dan & Cindy Wilson (map #53)
Custom mosaic ceramic and glass tile designs placed on clay pottery, bird baths, refinished antique furniture and home accent pieces. Each piece is an original pattern with 100's of tiles hand placed.
Janine Schwendinger (map #16)
Pine Island, MN
My pieces are made with a stoneware clay body and are wheel thrown, hand built or a combination of both techniques. I slip trail many of my pieces, but also do freehand sgraffito work as well.
Greg Cheesebro (map #36)
My work is wheel thrown functional pottery of porcelain and stoneware. Each piece is assembled, altered, pulledor slipped, then high fired in oxidation with ash glazes.