Galen Miller & Jan Jones
Del Terra Pottery
Galen: “I began studying pottery while on temporary assignment in Tuscon in 1991. When the assignment became permament and I bought a house suitede for setting up pottery studio. I love simple, elegant wheel thrown forms. Mixing all my glazes from scratch, I use a base of about 20 glazes, which result in endless combination of colors. The final glaze firing at 2350F produces very hard and durable pots.”
Hand Painted Ornaments: Brenda J. Schodt
Brenda- “The beauty of the Ariona Desert has alwaysi nspired me as an artist. I love to create unique effects and use special techiques to make each ornament a collectable work of art.”
Ceramic Art Tiles
Through time, her artisitic interests shifted from weaving to painting, finding unlimited use of color to be completely captivating. Cathy experiences great joy in art, exploration, and working full time with Arnie in their studio.
Magnets & Notecards
Tom- “Sunset is my favorite time of day. The serenity and peacefulness I feel while watching the colors change is very soothing.”
Jamie Colee has been wrapping beautiful jewelry for years. She enjoys the outdoors, and sharing her love of art with the community. She is local to the Verde Valley.
Since retiring in Sedona, Mike has served his community in a wide range of capacities. He volunteers his time supporting the Red Rock Ranger District of Coconino National Forest, and many other important agencies throughout Verde Valley