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Where do you go to find a Pincu Pot?

Aside from my own, physical shop and Etsy online store, here are some other galleries in Western North Carolina that carry Pincu Pottery:

Charlie Cummings Gallery in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and online.  One of the best galleries to find contemporary ceramic art in the country (and really in the world, since their entire inventory is for sale online).

Lark and Key Gallery in Charlotte, North Carolina.  A treasure trove of great pottery (and paintings) are available at this wonderful gallery!  And they have an ONLINE STORE, too!  Browse their collections and have them ship you a wonderful Pincu Pot!

Taupe Gallery in North Wilkesboro, North Carolina.  This is no small town gallery!  Steve and Jim know how to source the best artists in their field.

Asheville Ceramics Gallery in the River Arts District of Asheville, North Carolina, Phil Mechanic building.  This is a gallery of clay artists that each make unique works.

Parkway Craft Center  located off the Blue Ridge Parkway Milepost 294 near Blowing Rock, North Carolina.  This is a Southern Highland Craft Guild gallery – so all the work is vetted and quite stunning!  You will find all kinds of fine and traditional crafts here – as well as my own.  Also, it is a historic site and well worth the visit!

New Morning Gallery in Asheville, NC is an award winning gallery of fine crafts, showcasing both regional and national artists for over 35 years. I am so proud to be included in this nationally recognized gallery!

Crimson Laurel Gallery in Micaville, NC.  One of the largest and renowned ceramics galleries in the USA.

NC Crafts Gallery in Carrboro, NC.  A wonderful little gallery filled with handmade crafts from North Carolina artists.  Perfect place to shop for gifts to bring with you on trips.

Cottage Craftsman – Located in my hometown of Bryson City, North Carolina, the quiet side of the Smokies.  This is a nice gift shop located across from the Great Smoky Mountain Railroad.  You can find local crafts and foods here.

Stecoah Valley Center Gallery – Located in the small town of Stecoah.  A fabulous place that revived an old school building into a gallery and stage to hear wonderful music during the summer.  This center also offers local foods dinners and is pretty much a cultural godsend to these here parts!

Wholesale inquiries can contact me by email.

I would love for the above gallery list to grow….

4 comments

  1. Susie Campbell · March 12, 2010

    Hey! Your website is wonderful, Elise! As is your pottery. Yeppers, the trip to the NC Clay Conference was REALLY inspiring and my two mugs from Bulldog Pottery are making me excited about trying something new again. I loved sharing that trip with you.

    • pincupottery · March 12, 2010

      Why Thank you, Susie! I am trying to get my pots out there. I really appreciate your comment. The clay conference was wonderful and I hope we can enjoy another together in the future!

      Elise

  2. Hank Shuler · May 17, 2010

    Hey, girlfriend,

    Your website is totally great!!! How come I didn’t know about it? See you Sunday……………..hank

    • pincupottery · May 17, 2010

      Thanks, Hank! Hope you stop back every now and then for updates! I am surprised you didn’t know. Hope you took a look at the Manabigama pictures!

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