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Bulldog Pottery

Seagrove Potters Bruce Gholson and Samantha Henneke are full time studio potters making beautiful art pottery in Seagrove, NC undefined

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bulldogpottery·2 months agoText

Making the rings for the crystalline glazed vases is a time consuming process and can be also be tedious. Cool and calm breathing mixed with a sensitive touch all are needed in order to not break these delicate components to the crystalline glaze process.

Bruce Gholson of Bulldog Pottery in Seagrove, NC

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bulldogpottery·2 months agoText

Making the rings for the crystalline glazed vases is a time consuming process and can be also be tedious. Cool and calm breathing mixed with a sensitive touch all are needed in order to not break these delicate components to the crystalline glaze process.

Bruce Gholson of Bulldog Pottery, Seagrove, North Carolina

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bulldogpottery·4 months agoText

When he was a kid growing up in Oklahoma, Bruce’s favorite book was one his father’s college textbooks. “Vertebrate Paleontology“ by Alfred S. Romer 1945 edition University of Chicago press. Thus you have the root source of his fascination with fish fossils.

Fossil Fish Platter made by Bruce Gholson, Bulldog Pottery, Seagrove, North Carolina

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