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2. Bill Lennox Pottery, 245 Red Lick Rd, Berea, KY 40403; email@example.com; Bill Lennox makes stoneware pottery in a variety of finishing techniques.
3. Red Lick Furniture (Jerry and Gwen Jones), 496 Red Lick Rd, Berea, KY 40403; 859-985-9666; New solid wood furniture and local hand-crafted baskets.
4. Alley Cat Pottery, 174 Mallory Springs Rd, Berea, Ky 40403; 859-985-5686; firstname.lastname@example.org; With a spectacular view overlooking Red Lick Valley, Kristal and her husband, Rob Gilkey of Alley Cat Pottery make functional stoneware pottery for kitchen and household use. Each piece is hand-crafted and glazed in holding with traditional American pottery and reflects the rich beauty and history of Red Lick Valley.
5. Turning Wheel Pottery, 191 Liza Allen Rd, Berea, Ky 40403; 859-986-5464; email@example.com;www.turningwheelppottery.net; Turning Wheel Pottery is a working pottery and gallery, open to the public, 10am to 5pm, every day (most of the year). They offer classes and short workshops in wheel throwing and handbuilding with clay.
6. Tea Horse Studio (Cynthia Cusick), Guest Artist at Turning Wheel Pottery, 191 Liza Allen Rd.; 859-582-6570. Home studio 873 Sand Hill Rd., Irvine, KY 40336 open seasonally, April -Sept. Email for details. teahorsestudio.etsy.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; Clay, Mixed Media. Cynthia Cusick makes wheel-thrown and hand-built mid-range stoneware pottery with carved motifs informed by geometric shapes and cave drawings as well as creating ceramic jewelry.
7. Fast Eddie’s Woodworking (Eddie and Mary Ann Shupe), Guest artists at Turning Wheel Pottery, 191 Liza Allen Rd,; 859.986.9839; email@example.com; Eddie Shupe (wood) and Mary Ann (fiber) specialize in hand-crafted fabric items and hardwood kitchen and home products.
8. Tater Knob Pottery, 260 Wolf Gap Rd, Berea, Ky 40403 859-986-2167, firstname.lastname@example.org;www.taterknob.com; Friends of Tater Knob will join Jeff, Sarah and David for this Spring open educational event. See potters throwing on the wheel! Try it yourself! See painters at work and jewelry being created... Guest artists: Buddy Dobbins (clay), Jonathan Clark (painting), Austin Evans (jewelry) and Albert Mooney (Kentucky Agate).
9. Buddy Dobbins Ceramics, Guest Artist at Tater Knob Pottery, 260 Wolf Gap Rd; 859-582-2061; email@example.com; Buddy Dobbins works in medium and high-fire stoneware and porcelain.
10. John and Sue Martin, 393 Wolf Gap Rd, Berea, Ky 40403;859-986-9205; Sculptural and functional pottery and Hand-dyed linen weaving. Open May 10, 9-5pm or by appointment.
11. D James Fox, Furniture Maker, 444 Wolf Gap Rd, Berea, Ky 40403; 859-986-7401; firstname.lastname@example.org Fine custom furniture and restoration.
12. Against the Grain/BeeDreamer Creations, (Fred/
13. Wolf Gap Mountain Forge, 1229 Red Lick Rd, Berea, Ky 40403; email@example.com;
14. Snug Hollow Farm B&B, 790 McSwain Branch, Irvine, Ky 40336; 606-723-4786; firstname.lastname@example.org,www.snughollow.com A 300 acre mountain retreat nestled in the Red Lick Valley is the inspiration for author Barbara Napier’s award winning cookbook, Hot Food & Warm Memories.Visit Snug Hollow on the Artisan tour, reserve a lunch, meet the author, walk the Snug Hollow trails and perhaps take home a cook book. Voted one of the five most romantic getaways in the South by Southern Living magazine.