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See smaller Aaron Best works hard at the demonstration tent during the Smoky Mountain Pottery Festival as he rolls out some clay.

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Aaron Best works hard at the demonstration tent during the Smoky Mountain Pottery Festival as he rolls out some clay.

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  • Aaron Best works hard at the demonstration tent during the Smoky Mountain Pottery Festival as he rolls out some clay.
  • Carol Ware helps Marilyn Bebries get her hands in just the right spot to shape her piece of pottery.
  • Charlotte Davis tries her hand at molding.
  • John Fulwood demonstrates his technique at the Smoky Mountain Pottery Festival in Townsend as the vase he is creating takes shape.
  • The Williams family -- Keith, Stacy, Rob and Megan -- admire some of the more artistic offerings at the Smoky Mountain Pottery Festival.
  • Beautiful earth tones highlight the pottery being examined by Maureen Keyes.
  • Annie Burrell was on hand at the Smoky Mountain Pottery Festival to sell and talk about her pottery at Rabbit Creek Pottery.
  • Dave Hatch, right, talks to Kathy Headley about one of his pots at the Smoky Mountain Pottery Festival in Townsend.
  • Doug Smith showcases the practicality of the art of pottery.
  • Amber Prakshot has a quite a selection for pottery lovers at her booth, “In the Wild.”
  • Tony Holman offers a demonstration at the Smoky Mountain Pottery Festival.
  • Enjoying a day in Townsend at the Smoky Mountain Pottery Festival are Rob Goddard, Teresa Morton, Fran Goddard and David Morton.
  • Patrick Green’s whimsical shirt got a lot of attention at the Smoky Mountain Pottery Festival.
  • Tracye Robertson discusses a piece with potter Chris Troy.
  • Standing near a display of her work is potter Kathy Veverka.
  • Phyllis Shelton looks over some figurative sculptures by Evelyn Bryant at the Smoky Mountain Pottery Festival.
  • Evelyn Bryant holds her clay sculpture of an Indian mother.
  • Susan Coe and Sharon Mullens do a little shopping at the Townsend Pottery Festival.
  • Travis Burning works his booth at the Smoky Mountain Pottery Festival.
  • Chris and Debbie Protzman keep Joseph cool on his visit to the Smoky Mountain Pottery Festival in Townsend.

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