Posts Tagged ‘Horseshoe Mountain Pottery’

Summer Workshop

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013

I have agreed to teach a one week throwing workshop for Snow College in Ephraim, Utah as part of their Summer Snow program. The class will run June 3-7 and will focus of throwing and finishing green pots. There will not be a firing as part of this class. I want to use all of the available time on passing on forming techniques to the interested student.

Spring City Arts Holiday Open House Days

Thursday, November 11th, 2010

Mark your calendars! November 26-27 and December 4 from 10 am until 4 pm each day the Spring City Arts Gallery and other main street galleries in Spring City. In the SCA Gallery you will find the work of a variety of local artists and craftsmen. Sophie’s Back Sheep Gallery will also be open featuring Lynne Farrar and Sophie Soprano’s paintings. Horseshoe Mountain Pottery will have traditional wood fired stoneware. Jock Jones will also be in his shop where he makes traditional Windsor chairs.
Come early and spend the day on Spring City’s Historic Main Street.





Holiday Sale

Monday, November 16th, 2009


Our Holiday Sale dates this year are November 27, 28 and December 5 from 10 am to 4 pm. We are teaming up with Spring City Arts and the other art oriented businesses on Main Street. Included in the event will be:

Sanpete Spur and Silver, 735 S. Main
Horseshoe Mtn. Pottery, 278 S. Main
Crystal Fiddle, 45 W. 200 S.
Jock Jones Windsor Chairs, 125 S. Main
Michael Workman Studio, 80 S. Main
Spring City Arts Gallery, 79 S. Main
Gallacher Studio, Center St. and Main
Spring City Fine Arts, 113 N. Main
Olson Galleries, 398 N. Main
Osral Allred Studio, 488 N. Main
Walker’s Custom Boots, 1325 N. HWY 117 (Main)

This will be a lot of fun. Come early and enjoy the day.

The Office

Tuesday, November 18th, 2008

This is where I work…when I am producing pottery.
Lee and I purchased this building in 1979. We just had the facade repainted by Cliff Mott of Topkote.
About the time we purchased the shop Spring City was listed on the National Register.
This sticker is supposed to get more tourists in the door.
Wall paper.
Heros and icons.
The west wall.
Mark Hewitt keeps an eye on things.
Kids who grow up with out TV make weird art.
My Muse.
My wheel was made by Jeff Strother.
The show room.
In another lifetime I was a graduate student and this is what I was up to. I called this one “Human Highway”.
This was my brief foray into political commentary in clay. I called it “Biko”.