Photo Credit- http://www.treehousepotterync.com/joefrank.php

Introducing Our 2017 Featured Potter- Joe Frank McKee

Joe Frank creates a wide range of work, from functional and fumed pots, to traditional Raku and Horsehair pottery. His decorative lines are more creative and artistic, while his functional pots keep him in touch with his everyday customers. He enjoys teaching the art of clay as a part-time instructor at Southwestern Community College.

Joe Frank McKee. Photo Credit-www.treehousepotterync.com/joefrank.php

One of his greatest professional accomplishments was co-founding the Western North Carolina Pottery Festival. Joe Frank has found great joy in working with clay, a fascination that has evolved into a livelihood that promises to continue for many years to come. The decorative line of pottery has been both challenging and rewarding to Joe Frank as an artist, enjoyable and unique because no two pieces come out exactly alike.

Joe Frank McKee firing Alchohol Reduction Raku Method. Photo Credit Jackson County Tourism Development Authority

 

We are excited to have him not only as our Featured Potter but also as our mentor as he comes with the experience and knowledge of co-founding and running the Western North Carolina Pottery Festival!

Visit Joe Frank’s Website

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