The potters’ field: Ceramic artists have an earthy take on building community outside the gallery culture


Kevin Crowe moved to Nelson County in the mid-’70s and founded Tye River Pottery. Crowe’s homestead has become a national pilgrimage site for ceramic artists because of the hand-made wood-fired kiln he constructed, which fires thousands of pots at once twice a year. Photo: Elli Williams.

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