Sheryl Holstein has been studying pottery from accomplished potters through the John C. Campbell Folk School since the fall of 2002. She began creating pottery under the name Mountain Oak Pottery, and is continuously learning new and different techniques for throwing and glazing. “When you live high in the gorgeous Blue Ridge Mountains, there isn’t a better place to work than your own back porch.” Sheryl has set up her pottery studio over-looking the very mountains that give her artistic inspiration every day. Pottery Can Be Purchased in GA at: North Georgia Diamond, Blue Ridge Mtn Arts Assoc., Jumping Mouse Beads and ChamberHouse gifts.


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