Your Ah Haa Moment: A Day with Kent Harris

Your Ah Haa Moment: A Day with Kent Harris

Telluride Inside… and Out first interviewed Texas potter Kent Harris in 2009, in support of the artist  who donated a piece to the Ah Haa School‘s annual auction. Kent, a regular teacher at Ah Haa, returns to town on Friday, November 18, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., to offer a donation-only class. (Materials are $15.)

The heart of Kent’s intensive is a series of demonstrations of different forms on and off the wheel, including wheel-thrown mugs, plates, pitchers, and Kent’s unique hand-formed bottles. Those interested in making pottery or simply in learning more about the craft are encouraged to attend.

Home base for Kent Harris is Amarillo, Texas, where he and his wife Megan Easley, a painter, own and operate the Blue Sage Pottery & Art Gallery located on West Sixth Avenue, part of the historic Route 66. He specializes in wheel-thrown dinnerware for the home including dinner sets, one-of-a-kind pieces and custom work.

Works by Kent and Megan will be on display in the Daniel Tucker Gallery November 17 – December 23.

To learn more about Kent’s history and his passion for the medium of clay, follow this link to my original interview with the artist.

Follow this link to learn about Megan.

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