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Paddled Jar 10” d x 9.5” h - $1400

Carved vase / Paddled Jar / small tea bowl

Charles Counts

     Born in Georgia, educated in Kentucky at Berea College, Illinois, and California Counts and his wife Ruby Nelle established an internationally-renowned studio, Rising Fawn, for craftsmen in the mountains of northwest Georgia.

      A prolific writer whose articles frequently appear in Crafts Horizons, he has served as an advisor for the American Crafts Council and the Georgia Council for the Arts, and was a member of the U.S. delegation to the World Crafts Council in Mexico City in 1976. He is the author of many books including Common Clay. He was the subject of a PPS documentary. He has taught around the world and influenced hundreds of modern ceramacists (as a google search clearly reveals). A major retrospective is scheduled for this year.
     His artwork has been purchased for numerous private and public collections including the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Erea College, the Reece Museum, Oak Ridge Art Center, the Smithsonian, and the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh. Mr. Counts is also a post recipient of the Georgia Governor's Award in the Arts.

    We have a charger which when we locate, we will photograph and list here!

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