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In January 2007 Barry and Rosalind retired from wholesale and the national show circuit to began teaching again. After thirty-five years participating in juried competitions throughout the United States and Europe, they decided to come home, totally revamp their studio to now present their intricate developed clay work in their gallery, studio and beautiful gardens.


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  1. Megan says

    So neat!

  2. Tom & Christl Baker says

    Barry and Rosalind: We can’t keep up with you guys. Congratulations on your new endeavor!

    Hugs. Tom & Christl Baker

  3. chazman says

    nice pic of the workin man BARRY
    the studio is lookinFINE
    really impressed with la quinta show, so much good stuff
    love you guys

  4. sarah hausen says

    Hi – I have a cherished teapot that I bought from you a while ago and the spout was recently broken off and it’s in pieces. It looks like a new spout might be able to be attached. After contacting some clay artists locally who couldn’t repair the pot, I thought I’d reach out to you directly. Can I send you photos and get your suggestions. Thanks Sarah

  5. Kate says

    I bought a couple of pieces of your bake-ware at the la Jolla show and love it! I would ike to order the steamer, serving bowl and serving tray. let me know how to go about it!

  6. Alan and Janet Oram says

    Barry and Rosalind, We are looking forward to seeing you both in Beautiful Park City, Utah. So excited to see your always wonderful, classy work. Have a safe trip to Utah and we’ll see you this weekend.

  7. Debbie Harris says

    Saw your beautiful pieces in a hotel in Washington, D.C. They kindly gave me your website. I live in Southern California and would love to find out where I can view and perhaps purchase some of your art work. I actually own a gift company but am personally interested in your pieces. Where is the best place for me to contact you? Thank you for this information. I look forward to hearing from you.

  8. Ricki Frindel says

    I have a beautiful teapot I purchased at the Las Olas art fair a few years ago and would
    like to know where I could purchase an additional piece. You have such beautiful pieces.

  9. hayley hennelly says

    Thats my great aunt and uncle. I miss you guys, tell me when your in arizona doing a show, I’ll come and see you.

  10. Ed Mabe says

    Berry your pottery has evolved to the highest level of excellence. You keep getting better. I share your web site with anyone who loves art and design.

  11. Angie Hanbin says

    What a great site!!! Your work looks terrific as always, and so does Barry!

  12. Leona Jones says

    I have a beautiful Kerosene lamp I received as a gift. It is squatty and short. It is done in brown and has a flower on the front, also has a handle. Someone told me you don’t sign all your pieces so mine could be rare because it’s signed. Would appreciate any info you could give me.

  13. Rose says

    I have a 7 piece set for margarItta’s. It has cactus around the 6 wonderful ‘glasses’ and the pitcher with blue, green with a white background. It is marked HAGE on the bottom, is this one of your creations? It is a lovely set. Thanks for your response. Rose (Colorado)

  14. lafe garnier says

    Hey Guys…….just thought of both of you and wanted to say “Hi!”
    Living in Sedona now. Retired and got divorced at same time. Lived in Germany for a while and traveled to France, Switzerland and India several times. Getting ready to do it again. Many Blessings to both of you.

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