Monthly Archives: January 2014

News and Information

Nov 7, 2019— I’m back home from Dollywood and working on bowls for the website. Dollywood was great and a very busy time as I was working long hours every day finishing up bowls on site. As always, I met a lot of nice people. A special thanks to those that traveled long distances and payed to get into the park to purchase bowls. It is very much appreciated. 

 

Sept 22, 2019– I will be demonstrating at Dollywood Sept 27 – Nov 2 during the Harvest Festival.  I apologize for not being able to have more of a selection on the website. I plan on having several new bowls to post in November in time for Christmas. Please follow us on FB and we will let you know when new bowls have been added to the website. Also, there will be a slight delay in shipping until the first week in Nov. due to our work schedules but any order should be shipped out within a week or so.  

July  2019–  Business has been pretty brisk this year so I am running low on bowls for the website. I am working on inventory and will post new bowls as they become available. Please follow Bear Creek Dough Bowl’s FB page. I share information there for all new bowls posted on this website.

 

March 2018-  Just received word that I was chosen as one of the top traditional craftsman in the US for 2018 by Early American Life Magazine.  I am very proud of this honor. Details follow:

Congratulations! Because of your creative talents and dedication to historical accuracy, you have been chosen to join the distinguished group of craftspeople listed in the 2018 Directory of Traditional American Crafts in the August 2018 issue
For the past 49 years, Early American Life has promoted traditional craftsmanship, providing our national readership with comprehensive information on early American crafts, their history, their function, and the importance of their preservation. In addition, we are committed to promoting individual craftspeople and their artistry. As a Directory artisan, you rank as one of the most talented of them all.
We thank you for your contribution to the preservation of American history.

Info from Early American Life website – The Directory lists the artists judged as being the best in America by a jury of museum curators, historians, authors, collectors, and other experts and appears in the August issue of Early American Life magazine.

 

 

 

Thanks to the Galax Gazette for placing an article in Twin County Living that came out January 24,2014, about my hand made wooden bowls, ladles and spoons. Hopefully this will help bring some attention to a dying art.