From a TripAdvisor review, I decided to make the 14.2 mile drive east of Taos to visit Jo and Kevin DeKeuster. Jo showed me the studio and hand-built Japanese style kiln she and Kevin made - it's quite large. They fire two to three times annually, so they carefully place the many pieces to be wood-fired carefully in the kiln. And the colors that come out after about 55 hours of firing are beautiful, a product of the ash, oxygen, etc. Then I toured the gallery. Kevin works mostly on the wheel while Karen cuts, stamps and shapes her magnificent pieces well represented on their website. If you are in Taos and looking for that something that you haven't done before, make the journey to find them between Taos and Angel Fire.
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