Unloaded a kiln

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It’s been awhile since I’ve shared some of the pots made by Throwing Mud Gallery pottery students. Mark unloaded a kiln this morning: Seems like mugs seems to be a popular item lately.  I like the texture on the handle … Continued

Heart Pottery Bowl

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Mark made some cute little heart bowls for the Valentine’s season. They’re already going fast and I only have a couple left.  He also has some in his Etsy shop. If you give a gift of flowers, why not put … Continued

Valentine’s Day ideas

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Valentine’s Day is less than 2 weeks away! Traditional gifts are usually flowers and/or chocolate.  What about getting your Valentine something that won’t be gone in a couple of weeks.  We have lots of gift ideas at Throwing Mud Gallery…earrings, … Continued

Gifts Under $25

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We try to provide handcrafted items in all price ranges.  Here’s some ideas of items we have in the gallery that are priced $25 and under. We have soap/lotion dispensers in all shapes and sizes.  The one in this picture … Continued

New items in the gallery

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We’ve added some beautiful artwork and crafts to the gallery in the last couple of weeks. Mandy combines the vibrant colors of hand-dyed anodized aluminum and the natural elegance of fine and sterling silver to create striking designs with wide … Continued

Stocking Stuffer Ideas

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According to legend, Christmas stockings honor a charitable gift of the historical Saint Nicholas, a 3rd and 4th century bishop in modern-day Turkey known for his anonymous gifts. The story tells of a poor widower with three daughters who had … Continued

creative student pots

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Our pottery students learn the basic techniques of wheel throwing and hand building and then we’re excited to see how they take their learned skills and make pieces that are entirely their own. This student made tiles out of slabs … Continued