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We make a series of lamps and other decorative items. All pieces are hand built with slabs, hand carved, and fired with ash glazes.
Nestled in the charming mountain town of Dillsboro, North Carolina, Tree House Pottery is owned and operated by potters, Joe Frank McKee and Travis Berning. Both Joe Frank and Travis hold Fine Arts degrees, are members of the Southern Highlands Craft Guild, and Co-Founded the Western North Carolina Pottery Festival held in Dillsboro each Fall. The gallery showcases a wide variety of pottery created by Joe Frank and Travis, as well as work by several other potters, and various regional crafts, including photography and glass work
I make and woodfire functional and sculptural ceramics in Walnut, NC. My work is a study of thousands of years of historical form with a contemporary take on surface.
Wheel thrown and altered functional and decorative stoneware and porcelain fired in a soda kiln. Textures and patterns inspired by nature.
Visit my studio & gallery in Asheville’s River Arts District. Handmade stoneware functional pottery. Salt glazed. Hand painted. Since 2002.
A community based studio serving the Toe River and surrounding area. We have several artists that call our studio home! Memberships (studio space), classes, private instruction and parties are available! Now with a Co-op gallery / gift shop!
Since 1984 Maggie and Freeman Jones have been producing a functional and decorative line of stoneware pottery. Since the turn of the new century, they have been producing one of a kind, decorative ceramics still based on function.
At Michael Kenney Pottery, I produce functional/decorative porcelain and stoneware. Work is wheel-thrown or hand-built and high-fired in oxidation and sometimes salt/soda. Visit my website, or view my work at Kress Emporium in downtown Asheville.