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Pottery entrance-smWelcome to Pig Pen Pottery! On this page you will see the most recent posts about my work,  the farm and other sundry moments of interest. If you would like to see something specific, the navigation bar is sorted by content.

Linda Cameron – Organic Skin Care

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Linda Cameron – Organic Skin Care

AGOYA Organic skin care is back again this year with freshly prepared nutrition for your skin. Our kitchen has been busy for a month in preparation for our get together. I will be bringing our unique aromatic homemade soaps, and one of a kind skin food. Notably, we have a wonderful “Holiday Joy” skin polish with Cinnamon Bark, Vanilla, Nutmeg, Cassia, Wild Orange and Vanilla; it’s Happy Christmas in a jar! A limited edition “Three Kings Royal Polish” made of pure Frankincense and Myrrh, which makes a wonderful gift for the discerning...

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Cathie Chung & Diane Smith – Fiber Artists

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Cathie Chung & Diane Smith – Fiber Artists

Cathie Chung and Diane Smith are the owners of Just Our Yarn. They bead, weave, braid, spin, dye, knit and crochet. Their one of a kind clothing and jewelry feature hand dyed yarns and luxury fibers. www.justouryarn.com

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Jennifer Duncan – Mixed Media Painter

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Jennifer Duncan – Mixed Media Painter

I am a mixed media painter. My work is driven by a desire to create interesting colorful surfaces, that are inspired by aspects of nature. I grew up surrounded by native plants, animals and rural spaces, and find bits and pieces of these images in my paintings. Recently I have been using aspects of nature to create geometric abstractions by painting, cutting, then reconnecting pieces of acrylic and polymer on paper. I am excited to be participating in Three Days with the Artists this year and hope to see you there!

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Steena Fullmer – Fused Glass

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Steena Fullmer – Fused Glass

One of Kind Fused Glass Art Buddha Kitty Glass http://buddhakittyglass.com

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John Fulwood – Potter

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John Fulwood – Potter

Three Days with the Artists has been the highlight of my show schedule for 15 years. Come for the art, come for the food, come for the music and plan to stay a while.

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Sally Groom – Illustrator

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Trish Hamill- Fiber Art

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Trish Hamill- Fiber Art

I have been a fiber artist for many years. Originally a weaver of scarves and wraps, I wanted to try my hand at creating images out of fiber and worked in rug hooking and tapestry weaving. At this time, I’ve found that a combination of wet and needle felting is the most enjoyable method for making my folk-art and primitives-inspired wall hangings and ornaments. Most felted wool used for wearable and functional art is much like regular fabric–able to be cut and sewn easily. For wall hangings or decorative pieces, I like to leave...

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Bill Hardy – Wood Turner

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This year I will again have a wide variety of items in a broad price range that will make great gifts. All pieces are hand turned of exotic and native hardwoods as well as many ‘colorwood’ items which have been very popular this year. Most of my bowls are turned from Dogwood, a wood that is rare to find in the marketplace. Two specialties of mine are fiber artist tools, such as crochet hooks, drop spindles, needle cases and seam rippers; and pens — ball points, rollerballs and fountain pens.

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David Hughes – Rustic Furniture

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David Hughes – Rustic Furniture

David Hughes of Weatherwood Design is a rustic furniture artist that specializes in rustic structures for the home and garden built from invasive plants and salvaged local wood. In the wake of a storm, Hughes creates a series of rustic furniture pieces that start to tell the story of rebirth from a storm’s fury. Just as communities heal and rebuild from the devastation, these works hint at the beauty that can emerge from a storm’s chaos.

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