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Blue Star Pottery - Original Watercolor Wheel-Thrown Pottery

Welcome to Blue Star Pottery!

December 26, 2007 | Category: Site Updates | Comments Off

Blue Star Art & Pottery Works is the studio and gallery of artist-potter          Debby Kooy, located at George, Washington, USA

  • Wheel-thrown, high-temperature reduction-fired functional                 stoneware and porcelain
  • Watercolor landscape paintings
  • Hand-rolled ceramic bead jewelry

“Art is not spontaneous, but carefully intended;                        no babbling of a child, but a mutual fitting of form and content, in which efficient unison the artist’s intellect worked.”               - Henry O. Taylor



    Debby (Lankford) Kooy graduated in 1976 with a BA in Fine Arts from the University of Northern Colorado. Read more about the artist.
    God is the great Maker, the only true Creator, from Whom all other creative activity is derived. That we are made in His image is probably the greatest thing ever said of man, and takes us deep into the nature of our human creative ability. For one of the marks of the image of God that we learn is that we, too in our creaturely way, are makers. And in no human activity is this aspect of God's image more evident than in our making of art.

    - Frank E. Gaeblin,
    Toward A Biblical View of Aesthetics
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