Enchanted Circle Pottery

    Taos Canyon
Taos, New Mexico

Enchanted Circle Pottery
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The Enchanted Circle Pottery - 26871 East U.S. Hwy 64

JoAnne DeKeuster
JoAnne  DeKeuster
Kevin DeKeuster
Kevin  DeKeuster

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Enchanted Circle Pottery features functional and sculptural ceramic art created by award winning artists Kevin and JoAnne DeKeuster. The studio/gallery is located on the Enchanted Circle. You will find them on US Hwy 64 between Taos and Angel Fire, NM. and mile markers 268 and 269. The most unique aspect of their ceramic artwork is that it is fired solely with wood. Wood firing, an ancient Japanese process of firing, produces one of a kind iridescent colors. As the wood burns in the kiln, wood ash lands on the ceramic pieces. The kiln reaches such intense temperatures (2400 degrees), that the ash is melted into a glaze. The DeKeusters were introduced to wood firing while receiving their masters degrees at Northern Arizona University. Their study included travel to Japan. Enchanted Circle Pottery was selected the "Best Art Gallery/Studio in New Mexico 2011".

The couple invites you to stop by their studio and gallery and observe them at work as they throw pottery on the wheel, create sculpture by hand, or load and fire the wood kiln.
Open Daily.   May-Oct. 9 AM to 6 PM
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Enchanted Circle Pottery  -  26871 East U.S. Hwy 64  -  Taos, NM 87571   -   (575) 737-9640    Gallery Web Site Link  JoAnne DeKeuster's Email Link  JoAnne DeKeuster's Facebook Site
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