On a picturesque ridge in southern Adair County, Kentucky surrounded by an apple orchard, deep hollows and clear springs you will find Highland Raku Studio. We take from the elements around us the inspiration for all of our work. Browse our site, buy if you like, or contact us with your own idea and we can help you bring it to life.
We will be at the following shows
7917 Burkesville Road Columbia, KY. 42728 etta@duo-county.com 270-378-6421
"In my work I feel a strong sense of place, time and person. My artistic strength comes from the spirit of that which surrounds me. From the hills and valleys, small branches, flowing water and soaring trees, I gather the inspiration to paint, draw and create my pieces.”  ~ Henrietta Scott
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This horse is a custom piece for Georgia Holbrook in Richmond Ky. The Horse is named Harvey and is a Grey Tennessee Walker
This is a custom piece for Georgia Holbrook.  It is painted with under glazes and fired to 1800 degrees.   It is then Raku fired and Go Boy's mane hair is actually smoked  into the clay.  This is a commemorative vase for the owner. Go Boy was a Bay Tennessee Walker.
Ky Crafted: The Market March 1-3 Lex. Convention Center 430 W. Vine St. Lexington, Ky   Art Fair: Cherokee Triangle Association April 27 and 28, 2013 Louisville’s historic Cherokee Triangle neighborhood
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