Hal Dedmond and Corine Guseman

Corine’s carvings on her pottery are forged from memories of her youth, surrounded by the beauty of the canyon lands, the desert rock formations and ancient Indian art in Utah. She was an affiliate artist at the McColl Center for Visual Art in Charlotte, NC, recipient of a Mecklenburg Arts and Science Council’s Regional Artist Grant.

Primarily self-taught, Hal has been making Catawba Valley pottery and keeping alive the tradition of using simple ash glazes and firing in his wood-fired ground hog kiln. His work is in the Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC, and a featured potter in "Valley Ablaze" Pottery Tradition in the Catawba Valley.
Visiting artist exhibiting at Out in Jupiter Farm.
1983 New Stock Road
Weaverville, NC