Handmade, wood-fired pottery from the Catawba Valley
Kilm Ellington (b. 1954) is a Catawba Valley potter known for his rich, alkaline glazed, wood-fired stoneware. Ellington makes his home in Vale, North Carolina where the use of local clays, ash glaze and groundhog kilns began in the early 19th century and continues through his work today. His adaptation of and proficiency in these time honored techniques has resulted in his pottery being represented in museums, private collections and ceramic exhibitions throughout the country.