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192 Jim Boone Rd
Bakersville, NC, 28705
United States

828-675-4097

The central information hub for Michael Kline Pottery. a small one man shop of pottery making in the mountains of western North Carolina. 

 

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Events

Sep
2
Sep 3

Cousins in Clay-Mountains

  • Kline Pottery

Our 7th annual NC mountain Cousins in Clay Pottery Sale! Join me and my Seagrove cousins, Bruce Gholson and Samantha Henneke for a fun-filled pottery weekend. This summer's guest potter is Didem Mert

Sep
9
10:00 am10:00

Pottery Market Invitational

  • Mint Museum

MINT MUSEUM RANDOLPH, Charlotte, NC

SATURDAY, SEP 9

10:00AM - 4:00PM

ADMISSION: $10

POTTERS MARKET INVITATIONAL 2017

Join me and 50 other North Carolina potters as we gather on the lawn of Mint Museum Randolph to sell our newest creations. There will be pottery demonstrations, food, live music, and more! Your ticket is also valid for museum admission.

The Potters Market Invitational (PMI) is presented by the Delhom Service League, ceramics affiliate of The Mint Museum, and helps fulfill the Delhom’s mission to promote ceramic arts and education. Many works have been added to the Mint’s well-known ceramics collection, and to the Delhom-Gambrell ceramics library through PMI funds.

Oct
14
Oct 15

Spruce Pine Potter's Market

  • Cross Street Commerce Center

The Spruce Pine Potters Market is a unique gathering of our region’s greatest potters and clay artists. Enjoy wonderful food and beautiful handmade pottery on a colorful autumn weekend. Admission is free and lunches are available for purchase on site.

Visitors to the show can purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win a beautiful
piece of art donated by four of our participating artists.
The winner does not need to be present at the time of the drawing.

Dec
1
Dec 3

Old Church Pottery Invitaional

  • Old Church Cultural Center

Join me for the 43rd Annual Pottery Show and Sale at the Old Church Cultural Center in Demerast, NJ


Jun
3
Jun 4

Cousins in Clay-Seagrove

  • Bulldog Pottery

Our annual Cousins in Clay pottery sale at Bulldog Pottery in Seagrove, NC, with guest potters, Kenyon Hansen (MI) and Lindsay Oesterritter (VA)

Calabash, NC
Feb
18
Feb 19

Calabash, NC

  • Jeffcoat Pottery

2 Day demonstration workshop at Jeffcoat Pottery

details TBA

Contact Tonda and Joe Jeffcoat of Jeffcoat Pottery for registration and more information, here

Allston, MA
Feb
11
10:00 am10:00

Allston, MA

  • Ceramics Program at Harvard

Visiting Artist Workshop: Harvard University

I will demonstrate thrown multi-part pots, handled bowls, jug forms and a cut-edge plate. Surface demonstrations will include brush-work with pigmented wax resist and slip-inlay techniques. Participants will enjoy a hands-on exercise on brush work. The day will include an hour for lunch (pot-luck) with a slide presentation of my studio and kilns imy use of social media as a contemporary potter.

REGISTRATION IS LIMITED! 

To register, download  registration form here or email Shawn Panepinto at panepint@fas.harvard.edu.

Questions? Email Kathy King at kking@fas.harvard.edu

San Diego, CA
Feb
4
Feb 5

San Diego, CA

  • Coronado High School

 Clay Artists of San Diego Workshop

I will lead a 2 day workshop for the Clay Artists of San Diego.

This workshop will include demonstrations of several wheel thrown forms, surface demonstrations will include brushwork with pigmented wax resist, rope textures and sanggam, a Korean slip inlay technique.

During the workshop participants can participate in a hands-on brushwork exercise. I will present a slide show of the evolution of my career and will discuss my use of social media as a contemporary potter.

CASD Members $110 and non-members $145

For more information, click here or DOWNLOAD registration form here

I will be selling tools, my Ceramic Arts Daily DVD, as well as lots of recent pottery.

Palo Alto, CA
Jan
27
Jan 29

Palo Alto, CA

  • Palo Alto Art Center Foundation

To kick off my 2017 California Workshop Tour, the Palo Alto Art Center and the Association of Clay and Glass Artists of California present this 2 day hands-on workshop of throwing and brush technique!

Registration is limited. Click HERE for secure ONLINE registration

Contact Miki Shim-Rutter for details 

Fairhope AL
Sep
10
Sep 11

Fairhope AL

Eastern Shore Arts Center

Michael Kline delivers this two day hands on workshop diving into the deep well of pottery history and sharing his 25 years of potting experience with demonstrations, discussions, and plenty of time for making. Michael is known for his fluid brushwork and strong traditional wood-fired forms. A variety of surface treatments including brushwork with wax resists and slips, thick slip combing, slip trailing, swirlware, and traditional Korean slip inlay.

For more information, click here

Truro, MA
Jul
18
Jul 24

Truro, MA

  • TRURO CENTER FOR THE ARTS AT CASTLE HILL

Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill

This is a five-day, hands-on workshop diving into the deep well of pottery history. Michael will share his 20 years of experience with demonstrations and discussions. All experience levels are invited! Learn a variety of surface treatments including brushwork with wax resists and slips, thick slip combing, slip trailing, agate and swirlware, traditional Korean slip inlay, and rope impressing.

For more information and sign up, click here

Norfolk VA
Jun
25
Jun 26

Norfolk VA

  • Virginia Weslyan College

Virginia Weslyan College

***REGISTRATION CLOSED***

This hands on workshop will include

Wheel forming

  • larger multi-part pot, NC capping technique, coil and throw
  • handled bowl
  • pitcher
  • jug
  • plates

Surface treatment demos

  • brush types and mark making
  • pigmented wax resist 
  • salt/soda glaze specifics
  • surface for various wood firing approaches
  • Korean sanggam inlay technique

Business 

  • Branding with Facebook Buisness Pages
  • Using Instagram to build an online following
  • Photography and writing an artist statement are so important to convey your ideas and your work to the marketplace.

You will also have hands on help with brushwork, throwing, and all the techniques that he incorporates in his work. We will have several exercises to loosen up and have fun.

 

For more information, click here.