Even with 47 years of experience under her belt, pottery artist Maria Spies said she still is never sure what is going to come out of the kiln after firing.
She and an army of her fellow artists and interested buyers hand unloaded hundreds of works of art from the Gulf Coast Kiln Walk’s groundhog kiln Saturday during the annual WoodStoke Festival.
Read the full article in the Feb. 13 issue of Navarre Press.
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