Toe River Arts | Clay
BLUE VIEW POTTERY
Potter Carrie DeVee and her husband moved to Burnsville in 2013. As recent empty-nesters, they sold a little horse farm in the Sandhills of North Carolina and moved to the Black Mountains. So began the new adventure of mountain life.
“After retiring from medical profession, I had a chance to delve back into art, which had always been a passion kept at bay while raising kids, horses, and dogs. I took a pottery class and fell in love! Five years later, with my own working studio, and pottery in several galleries, I am able to enjoy the next chapter in life as an artist.” — Carrie DeVee