M.C. Riley Elementary School third-grader Dayton Loper uses a fork to put stripes on the tailfin of his clay fish during a pottery-making session with school artist in residence Marston Barnes, aka "Mr. Potter." Barnes, a potter from Simpsonville, is spending the week at the school teaching clay-making skills.
M.C. Riley Elementary School third-grader Dayton Loper uses a fork to put stripes on the tailfin of his clay fish during a pottery-making session with school artist in residence Marston Barnes, aka "Mr. Potter." Barnes, a potter from Simpsonville, is spending the week at the school teaching clay-making skills. JAY KARR | The Island Packet
M.C. Riley Elementary School third-grader Dayton Loper uses a fork to put stripes on the tailfin of his clay fish during a pottery-making session with school artist in residence Marston Barnes, aka "Mr. Potter." Barnes, a potter from Simpsonville, is spending the week at the school teaching clay-making skills. JAY KARR | The Island Packet

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