Sue received most of her formal training in art from HACC, Central Pa’s Community College. She continues to learn from her own experimentation. Her ceramic pieces are crafted to be functional works of whimsy. The same can be said for her glass fused and slumped pieces, which tend to be her favored creations. Whether ceramic or glass, Sue crafts works of art that incorporate fun into function.
Jim started throwing pots in 2009. He found the spinning and shaping of the clay to be a magical form of art and a way to relax and share his faith.
Jim’s ceramic pieces are crafted with special glazing, multiple firings and the addition of scripture and custom words of wisdom to make the piece uniquely his own.
Perry County Council of the Arts (PCCA) Gallery showcases the fine artwork of over 150 of the region’s talented artisans
PA Potters is a gathering of potters who desire to learn,
grow and share information about their craft.
Trash 2 Treasures is about working with recycled warm glass.
Whether ceramic or glass, together they create works of art for everyone to enjoy.