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Elizabeth Enyeart

American, b. 1932

Though Liz Enyeart graduated in ceramics from USU, she never attended courses in Logan. She was born in Nebraska and in 1950 attended the University of Nebraska for one year before moving with her new husband to Vernal, Utah. As a child she had wanted to “make pots,” and finally in 1969 she got her chance at USU’s Vernal Extension. Gael Lindstrom, on the art faculty in Logan, traveled to Vernal to teach the program. The Vernal Potters Guild raised money to rent a building for extension ceramics classes and USU provided all the equipment (wheels, and bricks for kilns including raku and salt). Every summer, two-week workshops were taught in Vernal by nationally known ceramic artists, such as Ken Ferguson (see 1960s Bottle), David Shaner (see 1975 Glacier Plate), and Jim McKinnell (see 1950s Bottle). Enyeart received her BFA in 1976.

Billie Sessions, PhD

Artist Objects

Creamer 1984.616

Cup 1984.610

Cup 1984.611

Cup 1984.612

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Cup 1984.614

Cup 1984.615

Cup 1984.1593

Cup 1984.1594

Cup 1984.1595

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Cup 1984.1604

Cup 1984.1605

Jar 1984.982

Plate 1984.608

Teapot 1984.609

Teapot 1984.901

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