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Marsha Owen Pottery

Welcome to Marsha Owen Pottery, a small business run by Marsha Owen and her husband Rick Moss. We have been working out of our studio in Raleigh, NC, for over twenty years making a variety of ceramic objects for everyday use.
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News - Mint Museum Potters Market Invitational


Mint Museum Flyer spacer List of Potters

The Potters Market Invitational was started in 2004. It is held annually on the grounds of the Mint Museum Randolph in Charlotte, North Carolina. We are pleased to have been invited this year to this prestigious show. The show is over but you can still see some of the items we offered for sale.

From their website:
"Every year potters from across North Carolina are selected for their excellence, and they showcase the depth and breadth of ceramics of the Pottery State. Works span from traditional functional wares to contemporary sculptural works.In addition, there are pottery making demonstrations, live music, and food."

Learn more about the Mint Museum and the Potters Market Invitational on their website.

See a selection of our pots that were at the show.


News - Mint Museum
Four bowls which were in the Mint Museum Potters Market Invitational are pictured below. Click for a larger image.
Serving Bowl Blue Bowl Bowl in Earthtones Nesting Bowls
Want to see more? Go to the Gallery where you will find 40 items that were in the show.
Cedar Creek Gallery
Planter Cedar Creek Gallery is a great place to visit anytime of the year. The show "Inside Out: Sculpture for Every Environment" is over. But Cedar Creek Gallery is always worth a drive in the country. Lots of great crafts to see, inside and out, in a wonderful country setting.
Check out their website for directions, hours, contact numbers, etc.
This item with the little frog is an example of Marsha's double walled planters. You can see in the photo (click to enlarge) that there is a drain hole on the side. This is for tipping to drain excess water. No saucer is needed since the clay is not porous and extra water will collect inside and can easily be drained out when necessary.
Planter
Planter
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  updated 9/17/2016

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