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Doug Gilliam

Functional Pottery
Sculptural forms

1501 Sophia Ridge Dr Fuquay Varina, NC 27526
My studio/shop is ONLY open by appointment.
Eric Serritella

Eric Serritella transforms clay into birch, charred, and weathered logs. A master of hyper-realism, his trompe l’oeil sculptures are internationally recognized for their exquisite design and realistic textures. Works are in the Metropolitan, Smithsonian and Carnegie museums, among others.

122 Wolfs Court, Chapel Hill, NC 27516
My studio/shop is ONLY open by appointment.
Fiva McCanless & Zeke McCanless

Dover Pottery (est. 1983) is located on the North Carolina Pottery HWY 705, just 3.5 miles southeast of downtown Seagrove. Dover Pottery specializes in a number of different ceramic techniques including hand painted maiolica, and hand turned zinc silicate crystalline vases. This family run business was the 14th shop to open in an area that now boasts over 90 pottery shops.

634 NC HWY 705, Seagrove, NC 27341
My studio/shop is open to the public.
Frank & Cindy Neef

Located in a 105-year-old house in the heart of Seagrove. We produce crystalline glazed porcelains with elaborate cut-out designs. All work is produced by hand and on site by me and my wife Cindy. We make both decorative and functional items.

258 E Main St, Seagrove, NC 27341
My studio/shop is open to the public.
Garry Childs

Wheel thrown terra cotta pottery with glazes and carving. Items include planters, vases, platters, and bowls.

1005 Walkerfield Dr, Rougemont, NC 27572
My studio/shop is ONLY open by appointment.
Gene Arnold

Mud Duck Pottery makes functional and decorative high fired stoneware with ash glazes. A full line of lamps is available, and we will make custom lamps on request. We also have horse hair pottery in traditional and decorative shapes.

479 Old US 601, Mt Airy, NC 27030
My studio/shop is open to the public.
Guy Jencks

Wide variety of functional & artistic pottery located in Cape Fear Studios in Fayetteville’s historic district. The areas ONLY artist co-op that includes other potters, paintings, jewelry, lessons and more. New Gallery show every 4th Friday!

148-1 Maxwell St
Fayetteville, NC 28301
My studio/shop is open to the public.
Hal Pugh & Eleanor Minnock-Pugh

Established in 1972, New Salem Pottery makes plain and slip-decorated earthenware using local clay. Reproduction and original works.

789 New Salem Rd, Randleman, NC 27317
My studio/shop is open to the public.
Jeff Brown & Michele Hastings

Handmade useful art for daily living.

505 E Main St, Seagrove, NC
My studio/shop is open to the public.
Jennie Lorette Keatts

Turning Mud Into Gemstones since 1999, hand made pottery cabochons layering Jugtown’s glazes. The stones are set in sterling silver, accented with 14K gf, semiprecious stones, and bronze. One of a kind designs in a full line of jewelry.

330 Jugtown Rd, Seagrove, NC 27341
My studio/shop is open to the public.
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