Hi and Welcome!
My name is Kyla Glover. I live with my husband and daughter and our three funky chickens in rural Davie County, NC.
The idea for Stepping Stones Pottery was born from my own journey into creating art. I began my venture into clay in 2002 in college, where I took my first ceramics class. I fell in love with the medium of clay!
Over the years I continued learning the craft and began teaching pottery classes at a studio in Charlotte, NC. I discovered that teaching people is my other passion. It’s been 18 years since my first steps, and I have grown as an artist and a person from the healing ability of working with clay. Now, Stepping Stones Pottery allows me to guide you on your own journey into clay…
Maybe you have never tried pottery before and want to try it out – on your own or with a friend or two. Or maybe you took a pottery class years ago in college and have always wanted to get back into it. Maybe you are looking for a retreat to a rural setting to relax and try something new.
If you want to take your artistic journey to the next level, I offer customizable individual pottery lessons. These give you the opportunity to learn about the whole ceramic process as well as throwing on the wheel.
Or maybe you appreciate the craft, and you would like to purchase handmade pottery. You may do so through the online store.
Wherever you are on your creative journey, I am ready to help you get your hands in clay and take your next step…
Meet Our Teachers
Jessica Allen is a Mocksville native who has been working in clay for about eighteen years.
A graduate of Mitchell Community College and UNC Charlotte, she taught for Davie County schools for sixteen years.
Jessica loves functional forms and works in both slab and wheel thrown pottery. One of her favorite pastimes is getting to visit with other potters and artists.
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Sharon Moore is a newly retired, independent woman, who lives in rural Rowan County with her husband and dogs and chickens.
She joins our team as a self-taught potter, and she has been in the arts and crafts her whole life. She enjoys making beautiful jewelry and painting furniture among other things.
In her spare time she enjoys reading, sewing, and visits with friends.
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