Terrific Ceramic Arts Network Q&A with Rachel Smith of Reems Creek Pottery in Weaverville! Read all of it here: https://ceramicartsnetwork.org/daily/ceramic-art-and-artists/ceramic-artists/artist-qa-meet-rachel-smith/
Jessica and Humberto’s wedding at Emerson Creek Pottery and Tea Room combined elegant style with rustic décor to create a beautiful celebration! The indoor/outdoor spaces of the farm venue spoke to the couple’s unique personalities because...Show More Summary
Primitive Technology has almost exhausted his supply of clay from the nearby creek, so he tried using the clay from termite mounds to make pottery. He found out that the termite clay is too smooth and plastic, but is good enough for simple pottery.
Here are the details from Rachel Smith:Reems Creek Pottery in Weaverville is looking for a non-production potter to join our studio beginning January 1. This person would get about 125 square feet of dedicated space along with shared slab roller, kilns, ware racks, sales area etc. Show More Summary
From Rachel Smith (who hosted Clay Club in June):I had a small studio fire over the weekend that thank goodness the sprinkler put it out. Just want to put some things out there for everyone. Check your insurance policies. Make sure it will cover what you have. Show More Summary
Thank you Rachel Smith, Jim McDowell and everyone at Reems Creek Pottery for hosting an awesome Clay Club! Rachel told us a little of the history of the location of Reems Creek Pottery. (The space was once a wood drying kiln for Lane...Show More Summary
Clay Club is tomorrow!Details:When: 6 pm Wednesday, June 8thWhere: Reems Creek Pottery in Weaverville (see link below for directions). Weaverville is only a short drive from Asheville and is closer to Spruce Pine and Burnsville than Asheville.What: Rachel Smith will share some of the business decisions that were made to start the studio. Show More Summary
June Clay Club will be at Reems Creek Pottery in Weaverville at 6 pm on Wednesday, June 8th. Thanks to Rachel Smith and Reems Creek Pottery for hosting us! Reems Creek Pottery was founded in the fall of 2015 as a shared pottery studio...Show More Summary
Reems Creek Pottery is having its grand opening / open house on Saturday November 21st from 10-3. This studio is the shared studio space that has been created by Rachel S Smith in Weaverville. She has filled all of the spaces and there are a total of 5 potters, a couple of which are in the process of moving in. Show More Summary
New pottery space for rent in Weaverville on Reems Creek Road. 1700 square feet total for either 4 or 5 potters total. We have a dedicated kiln area for electric kilns (bring your own kiln, although other arrangements may be possible), shared slab roller and extruder, and a small retail area. Show More Summary
When it was the big day for reality TV stars Terra Jole and Joe Gnoffo of the Lifetime series "Terra's Little Family," it was an even bigger day for Emerson Creek Pottery and Tearoom owners Chris and Dave Demiduk.
Sometimes the South feels like it's own little country. I was born and raised in North Carolina, where I spent Summers scraping clay off the sides of a creek to make pretend pottery and catching lightning bugs in mason jars when the sweltering sun finally set. Show More Summary
We had a terrific Clay Club at Little Blackberry Creek Pottery last night! Thanks to Lynda Gayle Banner for hosting and to everyone who braved all the construction on Highway 80 to make it. Our first book (and magazine) swap was a success.John...Show More Summary
Clay Club is tonight!Details:When: 6 pm tonightWhat: book swap and studio equipment saleWhere: Lynda Gayle Banner's Little Blackberry Creek Pottery (see link below for directions)We will have the usual potluck, so bring food to share. Show More Summary
April Clay Club will be this coming Wednesday, April 8, at 6 pm at Lynda Gayle Banner's Little Blackberry Creek Pottery in Yancey County.We are going to have a book swap, so bring one or more new or used pottery/ceramics related books and/or magazines that you would like to pass on to another ceramic artist. Show More Summary
cups in the rotation Here's the current cup shelf here at the pottery shoppery. Medicine on top shelf. These are NFS. Can you name the potters?- Posted using BlogPress from my iPhone Location:Snow Creek Rd,Bakersville,United States
Among the excavated items that form a large body of the pottery being studied from digging at Blue Creek, Belize, are the lip-to-lip vessels that occur in many of the temples now explored. These have revealed customs that played a part...Show More Summary
The director of the program and author of this report, Dr. Thomas Guderjan, explained that findings at Blue Creek Center showed that Mayan termination included massive broken pottery and sealing off of the occupied parts of the temples. And when we finished our dig, we returned the site to its found condition.
This wedding is just downright darling from start to finish. With the sweet DIY touches and beautiful Emerson Creek Pottery and Tea Room setting the stage for all the sweetness - it's safe to say this soiree has charmed my socks right off. The plethora of pretty was captured beautifully by Breath of Life Photography, and you can…
Pottery Studio Equipment for Sale Item Retail price if bought new Skutt Kiln KM1027 $2700 Furniture $ 395 Envirovent vent system $ 470 Shimpo VL Whisper Potters Wheel $ 950Bailey Work Station for wheel $ 240Scott Creek Extruder Aluminum...Show More Summary