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I re-opened Arbitrary Forms Studio when Karen and I moved to Asheville in 2015. I create unique functional objects and sculptures that explore shapes that I have made and the ideas that formed them over the past 40 years. At this point, my practice focuses on vessels that are based on combinations of positive and negative, volumetric shapes with surfaces that include binary symbols based on Morse code and other systems of representation.
A full line of stoneware pottery for the home including dinnerware, serving pieces, bathroom sinks, and handmade ornaments.
We are a husband and wife team dedicated to making fine ceramic works. We use wheel thrown and hand built techniques, surface decoration, and glaze to make each piece a functional work of art. Our studio is open to the public.
I make functional pottery–tableware and serving pieces. One line of work is decorated with sgraffito or mishima designs inspired by nature. A second line is glazed with a blue glaze and ashes. Everything is dishwasher and oven safe.
Hand built figurative and abstract sculptures,wall pieces and functional work with emphasis on texture and natural colors.
I have been making wheel thrown functional porcelain pottery for 35 years. I have a timber frame, clay, slip straw, and cob studio with a showroom.
David is a long-time Western North Carolina potter working in stoneware and porcelain, firing in oxidation and a wood/soda car kiln he constructed in 2009. Functional and decorative pottery. Member Southern Highland Craft Guild and Piedmont Craftsmen, Inc.
Doe Ridge Pottery, established 1978, has its gallery in Downtown Boone selling exclusively local pottery from the High Country. It is the home to 18 exceptional Potters including Bob Meier, the owner and master Potter for Doe Ridge Pottery.
In-home studio. Ceramic pottery designed functional as well as creative. Wheel-thrown and slab-built. Variety of work, mugs, bowls, and plates as well as phone holders and sculpture. Jug heads and planters.
Suze makes thrown and altered vessels that use surface decoration to suggest human form and character. Kent works with both porcelain and stoneware, making pots for daily living. His glaze palette references the fertile grounds that surround his mountain studio.