Biography: Thomas Fetter is known for stoneware and was largely active in the 1960s. He attended Northwestern University. After studying pottery in California in his twenties, he opened a studio in Concordville, Pennsylvania. He has exhibited work in the Philadelphia Museum of Art's crafts festival and in the Young American's Craft Show at the Museum of Contemporary Craft in New York City. He also participated in numerous craft shows at the Delaware Art Museum, including the eighth annual Contemporary Crafts for Christmas Giving Exhibit in 1964, and at the Crossroads Gallery in Concordville.