Ben Owen Pottery will be closed in January. We do take appointments for visits in January if you can email us at email@example.com or call 336-879-2262 to set up a time. Ben will be working on commissions during the month of January. Normal business hours will resume February 1st (Tuesday-Saturday 11am-5pm).
If you are interested in any of the work we have posted here under the items for sale page, we can let you know the availability and can ship to you if needed.
Wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday! Thank you for your support during 2018! It has been a fabulous year!
EXAMPLES OF SOME OF THE LATEST POTTERY available for purchase at Ben Owen Pottery are shown in the gallery below, which is updated frequently. Each one-of-a-kind piece is signed by Ben Owen III, and pieces are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Tableware pieces are made at Ben Owen Pottery by Cynthia Albert. To view a larger image, just click on the photo. Dimensions of the pieces are below each image.
Please call or email to confirm availability and to place your order. We can also give you more information about the pottery. To purchase our most recent work or to commission your own hand-made piece of Ben Owen III pottery, contact us at (336) 879-2262 or (910) 464-2261 or send us an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your interest. Ben & LoriAnn Owen
To view a larger image, just click on the photo. Recent work from the new wood kiln and other firings.
Works by Bryan Pulliam created at Ben Owen Pottery.
Bryan Pulliam began working at Ben Owen Pottery in 2017 and is responsible for much of the processing and finishing of pottery made by Ben Owen III. Many of Bryan's days are filled with mixing glaze recipes and applying glazes to Ben's pieces, along with loading and unloading kilns. In his spare time, Bryan makes his own signature work to sell in our retail store.
Ben & LoriAnn first met Bryan about 12 years ago when he brought a piece of Ben's grandfather's work to be identified. The friendship grew as Bryan began assisting Ben with woodfirings and busy kiln openings. Bryan's pottery skills have increased thanks to pottery classes at Rockingham Community College in Wentworth, NC and studying the techniques of such notable potters as Sally Hayes, Noah Carlton, and Ben Owen III.
Bryan and his wife, Laura, were married in June of 2017 and reside next door to Ben Owen Pottery in the historic Ben Owen, Sr. home.
For more information and availability of Bryans work in our retails store, please call us at 336-879-2262 or email to email@example.com