Looking around Forrest Anderson’s workshop of finished pottery, each piece is as unique as the individuals who will one day purchase them. Even if they look the same from a distance, up close, one can see the small differences in their markings.
The whiter-colored glazes frost over the blue mugs in a way that’s reminiscent of frosting folding over a cinnamon roll. Many of the lighter colored plates feature a hand-painted design of cattail heads; and the colors are inverted on the darker plates. An aspen ash-based glaze covers various plates, pitchers and mugs.