Dwayne Crocker strives to follow the generations old traditions characteristic of Southern folk art pottery starting from the ground up. He uses Georgia red clay, mixes glazes, and strains ashes for his glazes. He uses time honored methods, concepts, tools (a straw and a nail) and designs, just as the old timers before him. Each piece of Dwayne’s pottery is crafted by hand using unique designs to produce the highest quality folk pottery. He combines the old traditions with a breath of fresh air from whimsical faces, silly looking jugs, snakes, and roosters. Dwayne loves what he’s doing. He’s eternally thankful to God for giving him the talent to do something he loves. His goal is to keep the tradition of folk pottery alive in the hearts and homes of people for generations to come.
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