Since her introduction to pottery in high school more than 20 years ago, Genevieve Loso has been captivated by the limitless possibilities of clay. Now clay offers a connection to the past and a means of creative expression. Loso’s pottery will be featured at Ripple River Gallery near Bay Lake from through July 10.

“Following a piece from start to finish and controlling each element gives me a sense of accomplishment that is like no other,” Loso says. Pottery has also been a way to stay connected to her father-in-law’s pottery legacy.  “I married into the Loso family and feel proud to have worked under my father-in-law, Jim Loso, a renowned Minnesota potter, in his St. Joseph  studio.” (Jim Loso was well-known around Ripple River Gallery; he conducted an annual raku pottery firing each fall for many years.)

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