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Don Thomas Lewis is known for work that reflects the German traditions he learned from Marguerite Wildenhain which he blended with Spanish influences as well as southern pottery traditions. His work was typically salt fired.
Lewis was attracted to clay when he saw an exhibit of pieces by Charles Counts in 1960 and he went on to study with Counts at Rising Fawn, Georgia. He then went on to study with Marguerite Wildenhain.