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Debra Aase-Farnum

Art Director

Tales of the High Seas and Beyond began three years ago bringing illustrated handmade porcelain to the table. Debra is a published illustrator with a love of pottery. She works out of her home studio combining under glaze illustration with wheel thrown and slab rolled functional porcelain forms. Debra has been drawing her whole life graduating with a Fine Art Degree in book making and discovered clay 17 years ago. She has been working in clay on and off since then. She has, over the past three years, combined the two mediums to create original and unique pieces for special occasions or everyday use.

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Nancy Addison

Art Director

I was asked to participate in an educational grant to help students understand the art and science of pottery.   I wrote curriculum about the chemistry of glazes and the physics of a pottery wheel along with many other topics.  As part of the adventure, the resident potter allowed me to try out throwing on the wheel.  I was instantly hooked! Over the past 15 years, I have taken lessons from local studios and John C. Campbell Folk School.  I enjoy incorporating the shapes, colors and textures found in nature.  Our State magazine carries several pieces of my work in their online store

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Mila Antonyuk

Head of Sales

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Janet Belinski

Head of Sales

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Linda Belter

Product Manager

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