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Get Lost in Loudoun: Throwing Pottery with Chris Cooley

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Uploaded on Sep 28, 2011

Get Lost in Loudoun: "Throwing Pottery": In this episode of "Get Lost in Loudoun," our challengers Andrew, Haley, Jolyn, and James find themselves at Glenfiddich Farm Pottery just outside Leesburg, Virginia. Founded in 1840, this farm-turned-home is also the studio and gallery of artist Richard Busch, who opens the studio during weekend events and sales when visitors can find that one-of-a-kind gift or present. Our "Get Lost" challengers, in two teams -- girls versus guys, must create a piece of pottery that will complement the piece made by their teammate. It's "no experience necessary" for our challengers, who let their creative juices fly as they "throw" their clay and race to produce their pieces on the wheels. But they won't have to go it alone, as we've arranged for a special expert coach to guide them through their creations -- Washington Redskins' tight end Chris Cooley! While it may seem unusual for a professional athlete to also be a potter, Cooley studied art at Utah State University and today owns his own studio and gallery, The Cooley Gallery, in historic Downtown Leesburg. Watch to see what our challengers create under the direction of Coach Cooley in this episode of "Get Lost in Loudoun." Oh, and don't miss Blake's self-sculpture!

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