Kevin Crowe works in the Blue Ridge foothills, where he lives with his wife Linda. His sons Bram and Kai live in Nelson County and Charlottesville.
Kevin produces wood-fired functional stoneware with strong Asian and English roots. His work ranges from 4” teabowls to 48” vases.
Kevin's pots are fired in a 450 cubic foot, 3- chamber combination anagama and noborigama kiln. Firings last 7 days, consuming 8 cords of wood and firing 1500 and 2000 pots.The kiln is fired twice a year when the moon is right and it's not soccer season.
From the South: Take Highway 29 North through Amherst, crossing the Buffalo River, and the Tye River. Take a right on Tye River Road (Route 739). Cross the Tye River again. In approximately 3 miles, turn left on Falling Rock Drive. Pottery is 1.2 miles on the left.
From the North: Take Highway 29 South through Lovingston and Colleen. Take a left on Tye River Road (Route 739). Cross the Tye River. In approximately 3 miles, turn left on Falling Rock Drive. Pottery is 1.2 miles on the left.
Hours: Typically 9 to 5 on weekdays, and often on weekends. We don't check email regularly (we only have dial-up!) Best to call to make sure we're home. 434-263-4065.