Henry and his Mighty Mobile Anagama will head east from Montana and is projected to arrive in Seagrove and fire his kiln at the North Carolina Pottery Center. Assemble, Load, and Fire on Tues Aug. 19th. Join us and bring a small pot for the kiln. All welcome pot or not. More info soon. You can contact NCPC resident artist Josh Floyd.
Bruce Gholson, Vase, Bulldog Pottery, Seagrove, North Carolina
North Carolina Pottery Center - fundraising auction, on Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014 5-8pm at the Contemporary Art Museum (CAM) in Raleigh, NC. The North Carolina Pottery Center is located in Seagrove, NC.
The North Carolina Pottery Center’s mission is promoting public awareness & appreciation of an ongoing tradition in North Carolina.
Preparing the vases… The vases are thrown by both us. Many of these vases will be ready for the Mint Museum’s Potters Market Invitational in Charlotte in Sept 7
One of the highlights at Alfred’s summer school was seeing Val Cushing’s memorial exhibition. The show is open until August 8, 2014
Home from summer school at Alfred University, a wonderfully intense and exhilarating “claycation” for any ceramic enthusiast. Slab built cup glazed with unsieved puddle glaze #5, and fired in Henry Crissman’s first firing of the “Mobile Anagama”
Alfred grad student, Henry Crissman’s Mobile Anagama in firing position for its maiden trip to cone ten and beyond. Road trip planned for this summer.