18th Annual Off the Beaten Path Studio Tour

September 13, 14 & 15, 2019

David and Becki have been making pottery together since they met at the Ozark Folk Center in 1984. Over the years they have developed an extensive line of functional decorative stoneware pottery which they create in their home studio.  David teaches pottery classes at the Arkansas Craft School, and both David and Becki  volunteer at the Arkansas Craft Guild & Gallery.

The Dahlstedts welcome you to their 2000 square foot studio where you will see all stages of the pottery making process including forming the pottery on the wheel, then glazing and decorating the pots to be fired to over 2300 degrees in a large gas kiln that David built.

 

David will be making pottery all weekend and Becki will give you a tour of the kiln and the glaze studio.   “Come see a great selection of our new work for sale including  a preview of our experiments with new glazes, new colors & new techniques.”

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Directions:  David & Becki’s studio is located three blocks west of the Court Square at 511 Jackson Street between Knox and Union Aves. The studio is all on one level but there are some uneven rocks in the pathway so the studio is not wheelchair accessible.  All major credit cards are accepted.

All our pots are safe for use in the oven, microwave and dishwasher.  

They are intended to be used!!!