Valley Isle serves to inspire Aloha Raku Pottery artisan
By Erika Engle
April 3, 2015
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COURTESY ALOHA RAKU POTTERY Anthony Urango, partner in Maui-based Aloha Raku Pottery, held up the booth placard at the Made in Hawaii Festival in August. Company founder Javier Gaytan started a different business building koa boxes years ago, but later turned to ceramics and "never looked back," he said.