There is also a special place in my heart for McCoy planters as my grandmother had quite a few that she used to to display her plants on her kitchen windowsill. She had african violets, mother-in-law tongue and her favorite, finger cacti. I don't have any finger cacti, but I do have african violets and mother-in-law tongue on my windowsill.
Living in North Carolina, there are quite a few potteries throughout our beautiful state. I sell new pottery from four potteries in the Seagrove Area. I love going to visit with them and looking at all their beautiful pieces. I would love to try my hand at making the pottery someday.
Going through the stores of ESN bloggers, I found a couple of cool pieces that I would like to share with you, but first I have to show you this wall art quote - Art is Born from Walls That Talk.
There may not be the word "pottery" in this quote, but doesn't this just about say it all for pottery making?
A hand-turned Raku Brown Crackle Squat Vase