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Thursday, 06 February 2014 10:57
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Tiffany Hyland and John Thies, owners of Manabigama Pottery Center in Bowling Green, are seen in the center's work spaces Monday February 5, 2014. The 4,000 sq. ft. facility houses pieces by Hyland and Thies in addition to other artists and includes two manabigama wood kilns which can reach up to 2400F during firing. The center offers pottery classes once a week, workshops for wood firing and manabigama kiln building on request, and has a spring and winter sale annually. In addition, the center offers kiln space for potters who may not have the facilities to house a wood kiln. Hyland and Thies also offer services to build manabigama kilns on site. (Photos: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune) SEE MORE PHOTOS




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Pottery pieces are seen in and around a window space in the Manabigama Pottery Center in Bowling Green.
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Manabigama wood and salt kilns are seen in the Manabigama Pottery Center in Bowling Green. On average, the kilns are lit monthly and can reach around 2400F during firing.
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A clock is seen inside the he Manabigama Pottery Center.
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Tiffany Hyland, co-owner of Manabigama Pottery Center in Bowling Green, talks about a Korean-style serving dish which has gone through a bisque firing before it is glazed.
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John Thies, co-owner of Manabigama Pottery Center in Bowling Green, works on a piece in the center's work spaces Monday February 5, 2014.
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A ceramic bulldog is seen on display in the Manabigama Pottery Center.
Last Updated on Thursday, 06 February 2014 11:05
 

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