In 1993 Stacy started working with Sid Luck in his Seagrove pottery. Sid, a fifth generation traditional potter who had also been one of Stacy’s high school teachers, taught him the basics of turning pottery from handling the clay to glazing and firing. Stacy started building clay figures, and with Sid’s help, he was soon making figures up to 12 inches high. Stacy hand builds his figures, sometimes throwing part of the work on the wheel. He does an electric kiln bisque firing before completing the detail painting and finishing with a final electric firing.
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