donnakellerpottery

Wheel Thrown and Handmade Pottery

North Carolina, United States · 1099 Sales

donnakellerpottery

Wheel Thrown and Handmade Pottery

North Carolina, United States 1099 Sales On Etsy since 2007

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Announcement   Welcome to my shop on Etsy. Here you will find wheel thrown mugs, casseroles, french butter crocks, garlic keepers, honey jars, vases and many more handmade items.

Take a look around. If you have any questions feel free to contact me.
Thanks for stopping by!

International orders are welcome!

Announcement
Last updated on Sep 26, 2015

Welcome to my shop on Etsy. Here you will find wheel thrown mugs, casseroles, french butter crocks, garlic keepers, honey jars, vases and many more handmade items.

Take a look around. If you have any questions feel free to contact me.
Thanks for stopping by!

International orders are welcome!

Donna Keller

Contact shop owner

Donna Keller

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About

A Night in Clay....

I took my first pottery class in 1993 and fell in love with the idea of being able to sit down at a pottery wheel and create something beautiful out of a lump of clay. Because of numerous life events and having two teenage daughters that needed my attention, I covered my pottery wheel and decided to wait until my daughters were older and things calmed down before returning to my passion for clay.

In 2006 I begin taking classes again, uncovered my wheel and have made pottery four nights a week since.

My studio is located in the basement of my home. It not only serves as a work area, but is a great get away from the stress of everyday life. For now I am happy to have a place to work, but would love to have a studio with a lot of windows. Working in the basement during the winter is not to bad, it does take some effort to make myself want to go down in the summer when it is nice outside.

When I started taking classes again in 2006 I knew that I wanted pottery in my future, but wasn't sure how I was going to sell my work. I was working full-time and didn't have time for shows, that is when I found Etsy. I opened my shop in 2007 and it turned out to be the perfect solution.

All of my pottery is made by using the pottery wheel, slab roller, extruder and of course the kiln for firing. The first firing is called the bisque firing and the second and final is the glaze firing.

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  • Donna Keller

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    I am a wife, mother of two beautiful daughters and a nana to three handsome little boys and one beautiful little girl. I love working with clay and love working with a lot of different colors, which you can see in my shop.

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