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"This is a wonderful class for the novice and experienced potter alike. We learned so much about the era and the people and Greg's love of it exudes from his every pore. (He) really wants us to succeed."
K. Kawalok - Longmont, Colorado

"I truly enjoyed every aspect of your well thought out first class pottery workshop. Thank you very much for your hard work in advance preparation. Thanks also for your excellent demonstrations, your help, suggestions and encouragement.  I am very proud of my mug and bowl and especially value the fact that it was made outside using the tools that the Mesa Verde people used. Best wishes in your future endeavors." 
B. Moffitt - Orland Park, Illinois

"I admire you for your conviction and fortitude in learning, researching and teaching the Anasazi process!"
R.K. Haagen - Manitou Springs, Colorado  

"I was impressed with the instructors knowledge and his ability to inspire some pretty impressive results out of the students."
M.S. Rightmire - Baker City , Oregon

"My friends would kill to attend this workshop." S. Tradliner -Cortez, CO.

“The organization of activities in class helped me to understand better.” E.A. Sánchez - Mexicali, Mexico  

“The workshop was like a trip into the past. I certainly developed an appreciation of the Anasazi culture and art."
M. McIlvaine - Cheyenne, Wyoming  

"The way you structured it fit perfect for me! I'd do another workshop in a heart beat and will treasure my week at Mesa Verde for a long time to come." D. Foster - Colorado Springs, Colorado

"I loved the tour of the "Bowels" of the Anasazi Heritage Center...very inspiring and stimulating. You've changed my thinking and approach to clay." R. Barrett 

"learning by doing with an excellent experiential educator."
G. Sackett - Kailua, Hawaii

"This was a fantastic experience. It was more than just a class to make pottery. It was a real understanding. I've gained so much respect for the Anasazi." C. Parrish

“The most original ceramics workshop I’ve ever attended. Exciting and  energizing.” C.M.F. 

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