Glenn Decherd

I have been a potter for many years, spending time each week pursuing my passion. I continue to experiment and to learn from others. Pottery reminds you that for long-term success, it is the process, not the product that is important. I enjoy shaping, molding and building with clay on a wheel. I find it endlessly pliable into forms that are rustic or smooth, whimsical or elegant. Much of my inspiration comes from antique sources. Most ancient people had pottery and many raised the form into high art above and beyond day-to-day functional ware. The alchemy of earth, water and fire is difficult to learn well, and the path to mastery is long.

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