Lost Highway Pottery
Butch Pavlacky exhibits
an assortment of beautifully glazed pottery
in our Apple House store,
all of which are dishwasher, oven, and microwave safe.
Watercolors by Deb Anderson
"My watercolors are the response of joy that I experience as I contemplate all the blessing of shape, color, texture, and light. I find inspiration for my artwork in nature and the rural landscape.
When I see shapes and colors that give me pleasure, I want to hold those fleeting images that enlarge my soul. The paintbrush is my tool to accomplish that. My hope as I explore new subjects and techniques is that my eyes will see shape and light more clearly; my hand will translate the vision that I've received; and my heart will be open to beauty wherever it may be found.
I am self-taught and consider a number of local artists as my mentors."
"I refer to my turning venture as 'Tossed and Turned.' I have been turning wood since 2001.
I try to mostly use discarded, donated, or scavenged wood for my art - thus tossed and then turned. I find immense satisfaction and relaxation from the hours of time spent unveiling the beauty that God has wrapped in and around various trees. Each piece of wood has something to show you. Some pieces are very basic while other are very out-of-the-box interesting. I approach each turning with an open mind and a flexible plan,
as sometimes my bowl really 'wants to be' a plate. One can force a design, but oft at the expense
of missing the very gift that the wood wants to display. Remaining bark, holes, various imperfections
paired with polished, perfect surfaces remind me of life. Collectively, they make us who we are and
how we are presented to the rest of the world."