Clay Studio Tour

Kevin DeKeuster

First test:  Album Display

8 photo(s) Updated on: 17 Jan 2021
  • Dinnerware -- Wood Fired White Stoneware
  • Pitcher -- Wood Fired White Stoneware -- 15"H x 9"W x 7"D
  • Medium Vase -- Wood Fired White Stoneware -- 17 "H x 11"W x 6"D
  • Platter -- Wood Fired White Stoneware -- 6"H x 19"W x 17"D
  • Short Vase -- Wood Fired White Stoneware -- 14"H x 11"W x 5"D
  • Tall Vase -- Wood Fired White Stoneware -- 25"H x 11"W x 6"D
  • Teapot -- Wood Fired White Stoneware -- 10"H x 11"W x 8"D
  • Vessel -- Wood Fired White Stoneware -- 9"H x 16"W x 7"D

Artist Statement

Kevin DeKeuster, Taos, New MexicoI enjoy creating utilitarian pieces and creative sculptural art. It is my belief that one can be successful producing both.

My functional work includes a full line of tableware. I believe it is important that even my functional work has a distinctive style.

My sculptural pieces are started on the potter’s wheel. The form is then manipulated. I use the potter’s wheel as a tool to create the main body of the piece. A combination of thrown and hand built sections are then added to create the unique sculptural effect.

Kevin, and his wife JoAnne, invite you to stop by their studio, gallery and kiln. Enchanted Circle Pottery was selected the “Best Art Studio/Gallery in New Mexico 2011”

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