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"A side-fired pitcher."
"One of Mark Goertzen`s side-fired pots. The bright oranges, reds, and yellows are somewhat unusual colors for a wood firing."
"A table with refreshments, which included coffee cake, coffee, and whiskey. The Shinto Shack can be seen in the background."
"Mark Goertzen, Todd Pletcher, and Dick Lehman look at interesting results from the recent firing."
"This shelf has marks from wadding and built up ash from a previous firing."
"Extra bricks, shelves, and other supplies stacked neatly near the kiln."
"Extra bricks and shelves stacked neatly near the kiln."
"A side fired pot soaking in water. The shells used to separate it from the base have dissolved."
"Todd Pletcher packs up his work from the firing."
Thomas Wintczak- Bee Tree Pottery Close-up of Tom working on sgraffito. He started by carving a decorative border around the edge of the plate.
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