David Orser is one half of Cedar Mountain Potters, the husband and wife team of Laurel MacDuffie and David. They have lived in their 1800s era farmhouse in Parsonsfield, Maine since 1999. His work is hand thrown or hand built using stoneware and porcelain clays and uses gas fired, reduction and salt kilns. These pieces are often glazed with shino, wood ash, and other traditional glazes. He also regularly participates in the firing of aJapanese, anagama wood-fire kiln, built and operated by Jody Johnstone in Swanville, Maine. David has been making pottery and sculpture for more than twenty years... He received his Master of Fine Arts degree at Cranbrook Art Academy.
Ceramic cup with one-of-a-kind green and blue colors; 3″ tall, 3″ diameter.
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Littleton Fine Craft Gallery
81 Main Street Lower Level
Littleton, NH 03561
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Nestled in the shadow of New Hampshire’s White Mountains and located along the bank of the Ammonoosuc River, Littleton is the hub of the North Country. You will find the Littleton League of NH Craftsmen Fine Craft Gallery at 81 Main St, in the heart of downtown.
With one of the best selections of fine crafts in New Hampshire: From mugs to wood-block prints, hammered silver bracelets to handwoven shawls, you will always find something elegant, playful, practical and original.
The Littleton Gallery opened in 2004, one of the League’s nine retail galleries around the state.