Tom and Nancy started Giusti's Enterprising Art in 1984. In the beginning Tom made Gyotaku (Fish Rubbings) and Nancy made large hand thrown Raku pottery. For 20 years the Raku Pottery dominated the business and is sold in Galleries through out the United States. All of the work is created and made by Tom and Nancy in their home, better known as Camp Giusti, with the help of their two Bernese Mountain Dogs, Charlie Girl and Wally and their cat Romeo.


The Giusti Nature Print Wall Hangings are made from leaves and flowers pressed into clay and then glazed with a copper based glaze. In the Raku fire the copper reacts with the flames and smoke to bring out the brilliant colors and the smoke turns the porous clay black and grey.

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