Local artist Worley Faver fell in love with the ancient art of Pueblo pottery, a craft that has brought purpose and joy to people for five millennia. Made from Georgia Red clay and polished by stone, Faver’s technique is similar to the process used by the Anasazi Indians. Through research of the sacred patterns and designs of the Pueblo Indians, Faver produces timeless earthenware vessels that would add meditative warmth to any home.

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To see more of his work visit A Cutter & Cutter Fine Art Gallery in St. Augustine or visit cutterandcutter.com.