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Large Covered Jar
Daniel Johnston

coiled stoneware wheel-thrown

Currently on view at Mint Museum--RANDOLPH

Gift of Daisy Wade Bridges

Daniel Johnston began an apprenticeship in 1997 with Pittsboro potter, Mark Hewitt, from whom he learned not only the craft of throwing on the wheel, but the perspective gained by digging and mixing his own clay and glazes. He later apprenticed in Thailand before moving back to Seagrove, where he built his own studio and kiln in 2003.

Accession Number: 2006.3A-B


height: 31.5 inches

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