Annie Singletary's class on Thursdays will meet from 10-12, starting Nov. 1.
We're excited to have Annie return to teaching a class at BMCA's Clay Studio. It's been a while, and we're eager to have her back in the studio.
Carolina at Asheville, and completed a residency at the Odyssey Center for the Ceramic
Arts. She lives in Black Mountain with her husband and two sons. She and her husband are
involved with Camps Merri-Mac and Timberlake, with Annie’s role being that of equestrian
program supervisor. Her love for nature and her outdoor lifestyle keep her highly motivated
in her work in clay. Her pottery is functional, made from porcelain and a variety of glazes.
She compares the forms and patterns in her pottery to those in both nature and textiles.