Donna Craven has roots in one of North Carolina’s oldest pottery-making families. She began working as a journeyman in Seagrove in 1996, and in 2001 she built her own groundhog kiln. Her works are wood-fired and salt-glazed, and often embellished with sophisticated patterns.
Place object was created: Asheboro, NC
Measurements: height: 30.5 inches circumference: 62 inchesMuseum Purchase: Funds provided by Daisy Wade Bridges 2005.84A-B © Donna Craven, 2005
Currently on view at Mint Museum RANDOLPH