Close

Pat Siler's Profile

About

I am originally from central North Carolina where my husband and I raised our three sons. As empty nesters, we decided to downsize and move to the mountains of North Carolina. After the move, I took some pottery classes at the John C. Campbell Folk School and fell in love with clay. My style has evolved into a rustic, southern functional style reminiscent of the surrounding mountains. I also make pottery mushrooms and birdhouses for the garden.

For several years we exhibited in local art shows. In 2011, we opened our shop in Foster's Trading Post just west of Murphy, NC at the intersection of Hwy 64/74 and Hwy 19/129. We also have our pottery at the Stecoah Art Gallery in Robbinsville, NC. Both locations keep up very busy. You can find our web site at https://www.backcreekclay.com. If you are in the area, please convo me and we will arrange and brief tour of our…

Read more

  • Female
  • Born on December 1
  • Joined January 23, 2010

Favorite materials

Clay, fiber, wood

Shop

About

I am originally from central North Carolina where my husband and I raised our three sons. As empty nesters, we decided to downsize and move to the mountains of North Carolina. After the move, I took some pottery classes at the John C. Campbell Folk School and fell in love with clay. My style has evolved into a rustic, southern functional style reminiscent of the surrounding mountains. I also make pottery mushrooms and birdhouses for the garden.

For several years we exhibited in local art shows. In 2011, we opened our shop in Foster's Trading Post just west of Murphy, NC at the intersection of Hwy 64/74 and Hwy 19/129. We also have our pottery at the Stecoah Art Gallery in Robbinsville, NC. Both locations keep up very busy. You can find our web site at https://www.backcreekclay.com. If you are in the area, please convo me and we will arrange and brief tour of our studio and shop.

Unfollow username?

Are you sure you want to stop following this person?