Fine & Functional: Early Buncombe County Pottery
"Clay is a versatile and abundant material. It is easily molded, pounded, flattened, pinched, scored, turned or accepting of any number of other effects. It can be worked into small fine objects, or large massive forms. Clay has been, and is important to the welfare of Buncombe County both in economic and artistic terms."
Above is an excerpt from the exhibition catalog Fine & Functional: Early Buncombe County Pottery with the exhibit of the same name on display July 29 - November 4, 2001. Featuring a forward from Pam Myers, Executive Director of AAM, a breakdown on some of the pieces shown during the exhibit along with a final checklist of pieces shown.