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Curt Elliott began doing pottery at Meadowfound in the 70’s with Autumn Lewis, Clyde Tullis and Bruce Anderson. I joined a co-op called Kilnworks to learn firing techniques, gaining skills and networking with other potters within the region. All work is done in a home studio. I have taken workshops from Sumi Von Dassow in Pit Firing Techniques, Low Fired Glazes at the Arvada Art Center, Jonathan Kaplan’s workshop in Mold Making, a workshop with Blue Corn (a potter from the San Ildefonso Pueblo) at Anderson Ranch focusing on Southwest Indian Pottery and a variety of pottery technique workshops. I have been a member of the Arati Artists Co-op Gallery in 1977-1981 and again from 2009-2011. I am familiar with the responsibilities of belonging to a Co-op and participating in various retail and assigned committee tasks.
My art pottery has been previously sold at Hunter Wolff Gallery in Old Colorado City, Ann Arbor Art Center in Ann Arbor Michigan, and the Grace Gallery in Denver. I participate in summer shows such as the Mountain Arts Festival in Woodland Park, Art Picnic in Greeley, Pikes Peak Art Fest in America the Beautiful Park, and the Salida Art Festival.
My background in Southwest Studies focusing on American Indian pottery techniques has strongly influenced not only my designs but also my interest in alternative firing techniques.
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