Ceramic Artists


Ken Sedberry

I received my M.F.A. from the Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, R.I., in 1977. I accepted a Residency at The Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Montana where I studied and taught until 1979. Returning to the East Coast, I taught at The Catholic University of America until 1981.

My family and I moved to North Carolina where I designed and built my first studio and wood fired kiln. For 27 years, I lived and worked in the small mountain community of Loafer’s Glory. In 2008, I designed our current home and studio space along the Toe River in Burnsville, NC.

I am a member of the Southern Highlands Handicrafts Guild and Piedmont Craftsmen.

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Chris Jones

Chris Jones has been making handcrafted stoneware pottery since 1990. Much of his work was inspired by the natural beauty that surrounds Amelia Island, FL.  In 2012, he re- located to the mountains of Western North Carolina. I love the diverse landscapes all around his new home and studio. New work is evolving from this change so check back once in a while for updated works. All pottery made in his studio is made by hand employing a combination of wheel throwing and hand-building. All of the glazes used are formulas developed and altered through the years and come from a multitude of sources.  He uses copper greens, copper reds, cobalt blues, rutile blues, tenmoku, and a variety of other earth-tones.  Because each piece is handmade, there will be slight variations in the color and the finish of the glaze. That is the beauty of

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