Many of the pieces are utilitarian in nature and include fine details with slip work.
The Fresnais' ceramic figures are based on the human form and are called "personnages" in French.
I noticed that the glaze colors were mostly greens, browns, rusts, and yellows. The earthy colors of Burgundy!
To visit the web site for Fresnais's Sampigny Pottery, chick here.
Hope you enjoyed today's visit to a different area of France. Don't forget to stop by Susan @ Summer Daydreamer for a list of other blogs participating in Outdoor Wednesday.
I plan to post more photos from my trip to the Market on my blog, Hyacinths For The Soul. If interested in learning more about the market, go to International Folk Art Market.
Don't forget the Quimper Club International's 10th Anniversary Meeting to be held in Dallas, TX October 21-25. If you haven't yet sent in your registration materials, now is the time to do just that. The deadline for returning the registration materials is fast approaching. Forms received postmarked after september 25 will incur a $50 late registration fee.
For those of you who are not yet members, you'll find links to the QCI on the sidebar. The 10th Anniversary Meeting is going to be a special event. You won't want to miss this one!