Here are makers from the mesa outside of Tres Piedras, NM: Duane O’hagan, Basket Bob, and a community of woodfire potters. They work in a windswept space of twisted sage forty miles east of Taos. On US-64 you'll find unfinished homes made from scraps of rough cut ponderosa and retired school buses. In hideouts they carve cottonwood, bend willow reeds into baskets, and perform alchemy. Local clays are fired into pots, bestowed with a timelessness during the week long Anagama firings. They are small pioneers in a western landscape and nothern New Mexico's contemporary artists.