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Category Archive: Pottery & Glass Art

Fine Art Ceramics by Tony Bledsoe

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Tony Bledsoe has been a professional potter for over 30 years and lives part-time in nearby Blowing Rock, NC. He received a BFA (Bachelor in Fine Arts) with a double major in Ceramics and Photography from East Tennessee State University. He then went back to get a Master of Arts in Ceramics. As you can […]

Stained Glass by Kathy Goldstein

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Let’s be honest here…we love the stained glass pieces we get from Kathy Goldstein! And we also know that our visitors love seeing her works in our gallery. People are always stopping in to check out her whimsical glass spider webs… But people often think that stain glass is super fragile and easily broken… That’s […]

Carved [Sgraffitto] Dogwood Pottery – by Lin Barber

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June’s Inside the Artist’s Studio Carved Pottery – by Lin Barber “The key to understanding any people is in its art…” ― Louis L’Amour, Education of a Wandering Man Just by looking at the wonderful technique and subject matter of Lin Barber’s work, you can see that she has great love for the people and […]

Painted Rock Art by Phyllis Alden

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The art of painting on rocks is thousands of years old. Almost every culture has some form of cave painting, or rock art. Phyllis Alden is a local Asheville artist, who has taken this wonderful art form and used it to turn plain old river rocks into whimsical and yet realistic cats and dogs. …. […]

Obvara Pottery by Jason Brown

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Obvara Pottery “Baltic Raku” Jason Brown was born and raised here in Western North Carolina. He began making pottery some 25 years old. He creates everything from functional stoneware to decorative Raku and Obvara pieces. The pieces that we have available here at MOUNTAIN MADE are inspired by Jason’s love of the Obvara firing technique. […]

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