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Molly Pasca has been creating contemporary porcelain and stoneware pottery at her home studio in Durham, NC for over 27 years. Molly first learned pottery at Duke Craft Center in 1988 and later taught pottery at the Durham Arts Council for 12 years and ran summer pottery camps for kids at her home for over 10 years. She has participated in Centerfest Art Festival for 25 years. Molly makes most of her pottery on the wheel, but also enjoys to hand-build and create tile projects such as tables and mirrors. Most Pasca Pottery is fired in an electric kiln, but Molly also creates one-of-a-kind raku pieces and enjoys crystalline glazes, too. Molly’s work is mostly functional and she enjoys creating tableware that people love to use: mugs, dishes, casseroles, pitchers, serving bowls, vases, teapots, etc. This is the first year for Pasca Pottery to participate in the Durham Craft Market and she looks forward to interacting with customers downtown. Although Pasca Pottery is most known for its black and white designs (zebra stripes and polka dots), the green and blue glazes and twisted-shaped mugs have been popular for over 20 years. Molly works full time and makes pottery evenings and weekends. Her work is displayed year-round on shelves in her sunroom and she is “always” open–by appointment: 919-280-5060. Pasca Pottery, 5 Wyndham Place (in American Village), Durham, NC 27705.