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From Dancer to Ceramic Art Gallery Owner to Studio Potter

I love to hear the interesting, sometimes fascinating, stories how fellow studio potters found their way to clay. For Dubhe Carreno, it was a chance encounter when she was pursuing  … The post From Dancer to Ceramic Art Gallery Owner to Studio Potter appeared first on Ceramic Arts Network.
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