Rob Withrow of Brasstown, NC creates face jugs & "fun"tional pottery with his wood fired kiln.

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Folk Festival

Come check out our pottery the first weekend in October at the Brasstown Folk School Festival. There will be much fun and dance for all ages and family. See you there!



Face Jug Party with Rob at The Bascom May 2013


Rob Withrow standing with a huge Face Jug in his Brasstown, NC studio

Rob will be hosting a Face Jug Party at The Bascom, a Center for The Visual Arts in Highlands, North Carolina. Don’t miss out so sign up now for the party-class by following this link! Check out the details below.

Face Jug Party – Rob Withrow – Smoke In The Mountains Pottery
Monday, May 27th – Fraiday, May 31st 2013
The Bascom, Highlands, North Carolina

Description: Face jugs, face mugs, ring jugs, bird—fun, fun, funtional! We will make all kinds of faces on different forms. You will learn an easy way to make jugs. We will also double and triple the height by stacking sections. Can’t turn a jug? Rob will make one and you put on the face!

Spring Has Sprung at Smoke in the Mountains Pottery!

Hello Everybody! Cory Marie here, one of Rob’s assistants. Spring is booming out here in the mountains. Dogwoods, peach trees, wisteria – it’s beautiful. Lots has been going on around here! We are excited to launch our new website and Esty Store. Yep! Smoke in the Mountains Pottery just stepped into the weird intangible world of the internet. The good news is that you can keep up with all the latest news right here, and you can shop for original Rob the Potter pieces from anywhere in the world. Please take a look at our new store when you get a moment: Smoke in the Mountains Etsy Store.

Here is the peach tree in all its splendor by the Smoke in the Mountains Pottery Wood Kiln:

Wood Kiln Blooms

Smoke in the Bloom Bloom!

Hello Friends!

Welcome to Smoke In The Mountains Pottery’s online home and blog. That smoke rising from Brasstown’s mountain valley is Rob the Potter busy preparing for spring by making many of his popular ceramic items while also excited to show case new items. Check out the wood kiln, browse some of the pottery, or celebrate with a face mug party!

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