Ruth Nelson of rural Detroit Lakes, Minn., holds one of the pieces of horse hair pottery Monday, Jan. 21, 2013, she makes in her studio at her Broken Pine Ranch home. Nelson applies the horse hair after a second kiln firing of each piece and has about 30 seconds to apply it before the piece cools. The pottery "just absorbs it," she said, making unique patterns and shadings. Helmut Schmidt / The Forum.
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