A – Mountains
I make wood-fired functional pottery for home use as well as sculptural and figurative candleholders.
Steve Abee is dedicated to the traditional 19th-century methods of pottery making, such as digging local clays, using traditional wood-ash glazes, and burning his wares in a wood-fired, groundhog kiln.
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.
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.
Salt and soda fired handmade stoneware pottery. Hand built and wheel-thrown forms. Painted, carved, and glazed with geometric and nature themes.
I do a lot of sculptural work as well as handbuilt functional work. I use a lot of texture in my work and use nature as my inspiration.
Sculptural, figurative, textural, and functional pieces made from red earthenware with interesting surfaces.
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.
Tyson makes gas fired stoneware and redware. The regionally inspired depictions of plants and animals carry over from his drawings and oil paintings, and pots become canvasses for conveying life in the Foothills of North Carolina.