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Bob Walsh

Contact info:
711 M 8/10 Road
Mack, CO 81525
p. 970-858-9290
bullseyerw@gmail.com

Areas of Concentration:

Ceramics/Pottery
Ceramics, Clay, Raku Pottery
(Stoneware, Woodfire & Salt)
» teacher of this discipline

Affiliations:

Member of
Junction Clay Arts Guild
Other: Instructor at the Western Colorado Center for the Arts

Image
Gallery

Woodfire & Salt glazed mugs, tumbler Porcelain Bowl Raku Pot Platter with Crawl glaze Porcelain Casserole & Mugs Porcelain Platter

Biography & Artist's Statements

For more than 20 years, Bob was a Colorado hardrock miner.  He mined gold in Silverton, oil shale in Parachute, molybdenum at Berthoud Pass, and uranium in Golden.  When mining all but came to a halt, he went to college. 

Bob started taking ceramic classes as a stress reliever.  He soon discovered a great passion in pottery and its firing techniques.  He changed his focus to a degree in Fine Arts. 

Bob enjoys colorful decoration as well as a simple line.  He loves to let each piece of work speak to him as he creates.


 

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