Get the goods (or just see ’em)
Now that you’re clued in about the behind-the-scenes mysteries of the world of wood-fired pottery, you might want to catch a look at some of the finished products. Here’s where to find wood-fired (and other) pottery in local and almost-local venues.
Casey Clark’s cups and teapots are at Never Ender Gallery, 350 W. Liberty St.
Paul Herman’s studio, also known as Great Basin Pottery, is open to the public at 423-725 Scott Road, Doyle, Calif. Call (530) 827-2706 to let him know you’re coming. He’s planning a spring show at his place April 30-May 1 and May 7-8. For more information and a map to the studio, see www.greatbasinpottery.com. His vases and other work can be found at Gallery Cui-ui, 290 California Ave.
Kristi Jamason shows her pottery at Sundance Bookstore, 1155 W. Fourth St. and, in summer, at the Sierra Valley (Calif.) farm stand.
Joe Winter shows his pots, sculptures and enormous teapots at Gallery Cui-ui, The Artists Co-Op Gallery, 627 Mill St. and the gift shop at the Nevada Museum of Art, 160 W. Liberty St. He and his wife, Shiho, hold a sale every year on Mother’s Day weekend and the weekend before at his studio, 16620 Fetlock Drive, Rancho Haven. This year, that’s April 30-May 1 and May 7-8. The Winters welcome visitors to the studio any time, but they suggest calling (775) 969-3394 for an appointment.