Gertrude Graham Smith, nicknamed Gay, is a studio potter single firing porcelain ware in a soda kiln near Penland, NC. She held artist-in-residencies at the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Montana and at Penland School in Penland, NC. Her teaching credits include workshops at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Penland School, the Harvard Ceramics Studio, and the Findhorn Foundation in Northern Scotland. Her work is represented internationally, and can be viewed in publications including Making Marks and Functional Pottery by Robin Hopper, and Working with Clay by Susan Peterson. Most recently, she was selected as a recipient of a North Carolina Arts Council Visual Artist Fellowship award for 2006-7, and her work was featured on the cover of Ceramics Monthly magazine, April 2007.

Gertrude Graham Smith 1529 Cane Creek Road, Bakersville, NC 28705 828 688 3686

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