texas clay festival

From Rockport to San Angelo, Texas Clay Art Takes Shape

February 21, 2021 | By Melissa Gaskill

If there’s an art form that’s been misunderstood, it’s clay art.
“There is a bit of history of clay being the low form in the art world due to its functionality,” says Stan Irvin, who taught ceramics and clay figure sculpture at St.

It’s art in the making at Gruene’s Texas Clay Fest

September 18, 2017 | By Larry D. Hodge

Randy Brodnax gingerly lifts a pot from the glowing kiln interior and places it on a small turntable, rotating it slowly while misting it with water from a spray bottle.

Meet Your Texas Makers: Events

October 13, 2014 | By

If the “Made in the USA” stamp is hard to find, products made in Texas may seem even more elusive.

Fests Up: Homegrown Celebration

August 20, 2009 | By Nola McKey

Fall. Small towns. Big celebrations. It’s a winning combination in Texas, where many communities still observe fall festivals that started decades ago.

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