Studio 7: Sunset Studio * Also Open Friday, Oct 14 from 4-8 * Studio handicap accessible

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10754 Farrel Ave
Northfield, MN 55057

GPS: 44.43129,-93.178024
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507-838-7025

Tom Willis

I am a potter and I go to my studio to have quiet conversations with myself about my work. I work at applying skill and craftsmanship to the unlimited possibilities of the clay form. My work is made to be used and/or enjoyed.


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Judy Saye-Willis

I am a visual artist and my work includes jewelry, fiber, books and installation art. I am most fascinated with developing projects that I can use the technical skills from all of my work. I try to maximize the impact of color and use a variety of surfaces techniques to create texture.


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Kathy Anderson

Inspired by the Saori philosophy of “weave from your heart,” my work can be all over the place: calm and controlled to quite energetic and carefree. Hand spun yarn, woven and rust/eco dyed scarves, runners, clothing and wall hangings reflect a love of experimenting with color and texture and the belief that there are no mistakes, only unexpected design elements!


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Patsy Dew

My camera helps me play with the visual wonders of light, pattern, and passage through time. In addition to photographic prints I incorporate my images into artist-books and boxes.


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DeAnn Engvall

I love the transformation of clay and glaze in the fire. In raku firing, it is a dramatic and unpredictable birth that makes each creation unique and magical.


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Sue Peoples

I am a jewelry artist with a keen sense of design. I create glass beads and incorporate my lampwork beads into finished jewelry pieces. Working with glass and fire is meditative for me. When the light dances across the glass it allows me to get the bright and exciting colors that I love.


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Julie Nordine

FIRE is pretty mesmerizing on its own, but then add to that GLASS. Beautiful, colorful glass. Molten. Manipulatable. Fabulous. As a glass artist, I have the distinct satisfaction in knowing that I’ve created these beautiful little works of art with my own two hands!


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Christie Clarke

My clay vessels and boxes are part of a continuing experiment in creating simple objects that have a timeless look; both ancient and modern.


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