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Pietro Piccoli

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Bette Ridgeway
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David Smith
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Gregory Stocks
Kent R. Wallis
Edward Norton Ward

Charles White


Ann Fleming

"Midori Spring"


"Holding Innocence"

"Going Godiva"

"Cliffs of  Moher"

"Bare on Bear"

"Journey Begins"

"A Wild Hare"

"How Far Love Goes"

"On the Wind"

"Warrior Women"


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Ann Fleming

     Ann Fleming enjoyed being a successful full-time professional potter for over 25 years, specializing in highly-decorated functional ware and architectural work. Her sculptural tile, lighting and accessories can be seen in homes throughout the NW and beyond and her colorful functional ware drew loyal collectors.

     In 2004, feeling the years of the physical demands of pottery and longing for change, ann sculpted her first figurative piece in clay. Though sculptural elements have been strong throughout her pottery career, there always had to be a practicality or utility to her work. and though this was the first time in a very long time that she felt that she was doing something totally non-functional, she soon realized that her new scuptural work did indeed have a function: it told stories.

     With the urging of friends and being drawn to the beautiful warmth of the medium, Ann had her first 5 pieces cast in bronze in 2006. In 2013, she released a series of 6″ wall reliefs “boxes” that will remain in clay and will carry on her love of the narrative.

     Ann spent most of her life in Oregon raising one son and repaceable helper Casey. She recently moved to White Salmon Washington where she lives in a house she designed and helped build in 2012. Her studio is the first floor of her home and though it is close to town, she has resident deer and wild turkeys. Her move was inspired by the rich sculptural landscape of the Columbia River Gorge.

     She received her training and a Bachelor’s degree in art and teaching from Portland State University, majoring in Ceramics with Ray Grimm, and went on to earn her Master’s degree in the same fields from Lewis and Clark College. Ann taught full time after college but her studio work was a calling she could not ignore.



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