Category: Clay

Robin Rodgers

Original, one-of-a-kind, wheel thrown pottery jars, vases, bowls, and sculptures – with incised, carved, and/or sculpted imagery of Southeastern wildlife and flora. Raku/ native American techniques. My pottery combines my love of archaeology, nature, and...

Luis Enrique Gutierrez

I use a local earth clay to throw vessels that I burnish on slip and then mineral clay and oxide pigments in geometric forms. I then etch to the slip layer and then fire with...

Elizabeth Borowsky

I use a porcelain, stoneware claybody that fires in an electric kiln to cone 6. Most of my work (vases, bowls, dishes) is thrown on the pottery wheel. I specialize in intricate piercing. I work...

Fun Stuff Pottery

Wheel thrown and hand built pottery. Custom glazes with whimsical handles! BOOTH 709

Buckhorn Pottery

While working in my studio in rural NC I strive to incorporate other aspects of my life, these include my love of flowers,plants and birds. Wheel and hand building are used in my original, decorative...

Duffy Pottery

For me, pottery is a thinking process that comes to life in my hands. Horsehair pottery is an artistic adventure in immediacy. I use stoneware or raku clay to create functional, horsehair, and raku pottery....

Marissa Hudson Loose Pottery

I enjoy being a functional potter because I love clay, geology, science, and history. Ceramics is a blend of all of the things that I love.

Eric B Strange Pottery

I create functional forms. I want them to be used daily in the kitchen and at the table, while bringing beauty and joy to the user. BOOTH 729 website1