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Provianten - open pottery workshop

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Mette Jensen smacks a lump of clay onto the potter's wheel. Moistening her hands, she wraps them around the clump and then using her bodyweight, centres the grey mass. When it no longer wobbles from side to side, the creative process can begin.

It isn't unusual that she has an audience – passersby meandering along the wharf stop and admire the potter at work in her workshop at "Provianten".

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Provianten - open pottery workshop

Mette Jensen smacks a lump of clay onto the potter's wheel. Moistening her hands, she wraps them around the clump and then using her bodyweight,...

Provianten - open pottery workshop

Source: Visitnorway

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