Elise Willa Pincu Delfield is a studio potter and ceramics instructor in Bryson City, North Carolina. She received her B.A. In Liberal Arts with a concentration in Ceramic Arts from the University of Florida in 1996. From there Elise continued to develop her pottery at Eastern Kentucky University as the Resident Artist, a Spring Concentration… Read more »
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Vicki Sawyer solo exhibition. Featured ceramic artist Teresa Pietsch. Featured jewelry Anna Johnson. Exhibition Preview Party Thursday April 6th from 5-8pm We are delighted to have Franklin, TN based artist Vicki Sawyer join us for the preview party. Vicki will also be in attendance during the Friday, April 7th Gallery Crawl, from 5-8pm.
Visit Lark & Key Gallery for your holiday shopping needs or a treat for yourself. Choose from a thoughtfully curated selection of American fine art and craft. The gallery showcases a mix of artwork, functional and decorative pottery, hand blown glass and handmade jewelry from local, regional and national artists. Gift certificates are also available. Pictured: ‘Waiting For… Read more »
Our featured potter for February & March is Julie Covington. Julie recently moved her studio from the Phil Mechanic building in Asheville, NC to Marshall High Studios. MHS is housed in what used to be Marshall High School, built in 1925 on Blennerhassett Island on the French Broad river in downtown Marshall, NC. The spacious new… Read more »
Andrew Stephenson was born in Birmingham, England in 1972 and moved to the states with his family in 1979. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from East Carolina University in 1996. After graduation he moved to Asheville, NC to take a position as a resident potter at the Odyssey Center for the Ceramic Arts, followed by a two… Read more »
Originally from Jacksonville, NC, Julie Wiggins graduated from East Carolina University with a BFA in Ceramics. She has fond memories from growing up, surrounded by warm blue skies, expansive beaches, and bright green farmland. Though her work as a ceramicist has taken her to Europe, Mexico, Morocco, and beyond, she still holds a place in her… Read more »
Jennifer Mecca spent many childhood weekends observing and participating in the traditions of her paternal Italian-American family. Among the most prevalent was the preparation of elaborate meals. She observed how tableware was as important as the planning, preparation and enjoyment of a meal. This served as the foundation for her interest in utilitarian pottery and her… Read more »
Our featured potter for July is Barbara Chadwick, who creates one-of-a-kind porcelain forms. Her pieces often incorporate highly decorative surfaces inspired by nature, graphic design and an ongoing fascination with textiles. How did you get started in clay? I was introduced to clay in high school by the most wonderful teacher, Jane Boswell. I fell… Read more »
We recently had a Google 360 virtual tour done of the gallery. If you haven’t been able to stop by this is your chance to ‘come in’ and explore! Click here to get started. Lark & Key Gallery and Boutique interior photo shown here by Jeff Cravotta.
Charlotte-based Amy Sanders is our featured potter for June. With a bachelor’s in art from Centre College in Danville, KY, Amy currently works as a studio potter and teaches hand building lessons at Clayworks in Charlotte, NC. When she first moved to Charlotte, she didn’t have a clay studio, but still wanted to create. So, inspired… Read more »