Sunday, May 23, 2010

Heritage potter

David Day poses for a portrait in the sunroom studio at his home in Richardson on Feb. 20, 2010.

photos © Mark M. Hancock and The Dallas Morning News

David Day works at his pottery wheel at his home. Although he formerly made his living from the art, he now considers it a weekend hobby.

David Day employs various shaping tools while he works at his pottery wheel in Richardson. Day and his artist wife's client list included La Madeleine restaurants and other companies.

David Day molds clay on his pottery wheel in the sunroom studio at his home. After graduating from college, he demonstrated pioneer pottery skills with a kick wheel at the Dallas Heritage Village.

Please read, "History repeats for former re-enactor turned part-time potter in Richardson" by Diane Reischel

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