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Katonah, NY  10536
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Travis Owens / Clay Pot Artist
Jugtown Pottery

Travis OwensBorn in 1985, son of Vernon and Pam Owens, Travis began making pots at age 2. He is known for making traditional wares like those of his great grandparents, J.H. and Martha Scott Owen as well as early Jugtown shapes, chickens and pigs. Travis has led workshops at the North Carolina Museum of History and the McKissick Museum, and demonstrated at the Novella Festival through the Mint Museum, as well as at private schools. He has exhibited at Jugtown, the Catawba Valley Pottery Festival, The Mary Hambidge Center and the North Carolina Museum of History. Articles and videos include: " US Kids" in 1990; North Carolina Social Studies, Grade 4, "The Life of a Young Potter", 1995 and Southern Living 2004. Travis has a Bachelor of Art and Design from the College of Art and Design at NCSU. He is a full time Jugtown Potter.



Travis Owens Pottery