Mint Hill home to potters who love to share their craft

By Michele Dotson

The showroom at Log Cabin Pottery is inviting and full of ceramic arts; decorative wall hangings, mugs, tea pots, bowls and more are available for sale. A majority of the pottery sales goes to the potters’ respective churches.

The showroom at Log Cabin Pottery is inviting and full of ceramic arts; decorative wall hangings, mugs, tea pots, bowls and more are available for sale. A majority of the pottery sales goes to the potters’ respective churches.

If you love pottery, there is no doubt that Mint Hill is the place to be.

Working quietly in home studios, garages, and even an historic log cabin, these clay artists are giving the town a reputation for quality, functional and artistic clay works.

“Pineville is known for its antiques,” says potter Charles Beard (better known as Doc). “I think Mint Hill should be known for its pottery.”

Doc, who owns Log Cabin Pottery on Lebanon Road has seen an increase in interest for the pottery he creates, and the two other potters who share his space. Continue reading

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