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"Luminary" refers to the artist himself,
 a self-taught sculptor, book illustrator,
 and even kickwheel builder.  His work appears in seven prominent galleries through out the United States.

Florida Secrets readers are welcome
 to attend an open house, to be announced this fall, dedicating DMW's new kilns.  But
no matter where you are in Florida, Don and Cristina's creations are soon coming to an art fair near you.  Here is a
complete
 listing of upcoming shows:


2005
Oct. 1-2:  Old Hyde Park Village, Tampa.
Oct. 8-9:  St. Armands Cir., Sarasota
Oct. 15-16:  Downtown Naples
Oct. 22-23:  Ponte Vedra Beach
Nov. 5-6:  Downtown Venice
Nov. 12:  Oviedo
Nov. 19-20:  Downtown Festival, Boca Raton
Nov. 26-27:  Delray Beach
Dec. 3-4:  Corey Ave., St. Pete Beach

2006
Jan. 7-8:  Vero Riverside Art Festival, Vero Beach
Jan. 14-15:  Downtown Dunedin
Jan. 21-22:  Downtown Delray Beach
Feb. 4-5:  Hobe Sound
Feb. 11-12:  Corey Ave., St. Pete Beach
Feb. 18-19:  Downtown Sarasota
Feb. 25-26:  Downtown Stuart
Mar. 4-5:  Downtown Venice
Mar. 11-12:  By-the-Sea, Jupiter
Mar. 18-19:  Key Biscayne, Miami
Mar. 25-26:  Downtown Naples
Apr. 8-9:  Coral Springs




        
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  Don Michael
   Willams
     Ceramic Sculptor

   "Luminaries by a luminary" would    aptly describe ceramic sculptor Don Michael Williams.  "Luminaries" refers
to his Raku pottery, which literally shine when you burn a candle inside them. 


 
Don now has a partner as well, in
  both the work he loves and the love
  he has worked for:  his beautiful and  talented wife Cristina, a former chemical engineer whom he brought here from Romania.  Cristina's original designs enhance the spectacular umbrella stands, bowls, and pitchers which 
Don throws on his wheel. 


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