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Harris Gallery


1105 Muncy Ave.
P. O. Box 489
Elkhart KS 67950
Ph: 620-697-4915
Ph: 620-697-2987
Fax: 620-697-4962
cwh@elkhart.com
silverhawk@silverhawk.com
Additional Information
The glass Wint blows is very sculptural. The vases and paperweights are not the usual forms you might have seen. Wint uses the molten glass to sculpt unique forms. After Marla throws a piece of pottery, she carves the outside of each pot with Cherokee legends and stories. Also Marla creates a double wall pot which has a solid inner wall and a highly carved outer wall with cuts through to show open spaces between the outer and inner walls. Her pottery is truely unique and beautiful. You will not see glass and pottery blown and thrown like this anywhere.
Hours of Operation
We are open from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM, Monday thru Saturday. Wint is normally blowing glass on Saturday, all day and occaisionally Sunday afternoon. During the week Wint blows glass in the evenings, or by appointment. Marla is throwing pottery during the

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