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Featured artist: Courtney Long Pottery 101 exhibit through May

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Courtney Long received her BFA from West Virginia University; on two separate study abroad trips she studied traditional stoneware and porcelain techniques across China; received her MFA from Syracuse University; interned at the Everson Museum of Art, co-coordinating “100 years of American Ceramics;” and exhibited at the Paine Webber Gallery in New York City.

Currently, Courtney oversees continuing education and curriculum coursework in wood, clay, and metal sculpture/blacksmithing at Western Piedmont Community College in Morganton.
Her work has been featured in national publications including: Pottery Making Illustrated Magazine, Clay and Cuisine, Throwing Techniques, and Midrange Glazes for the Potter.

See her work at Pottery 101, 101 S. Main St., 704-209-1632, www.pottery-101.com

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