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I have named "The Pipeline Pottery" a studio in Nashua NH at the Picker Building near downtown..
It is a great spot in a Historic Building with an Awesome view of the river.
The studio was opened in Sept and has a gallery attached to the studio that will feature talented New England artists work. The studio will have 4 electric wheels 1 kick wheel a slab roller and everything needed to operate a pottery.
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I have a studio and what will be a gallery in downtown Nashua NH
We will offer classes as well as a working pottery available to members.
The Gallery will feature talented artists from New England and will be open for business in September.
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