Photo of a variety of finished pieces including mugs, bowls, and vases, glazed in a variety of colors.
Photo of shallow 8 inch wide  pasta bowls glazed in brown and cream.
Photo of a complete set of brown-and-cream glazed dinnerware, including dinner plates, mugs, bowls and bread or salad plates.

Fine, functional pottery.

Marcia Springston-Dillon has been creating handthrown, food-safe, stoneware pottery since 1975. Each piece is unique, pleasing to the hand as well as the eye. Marcia has studied at the Cuyahoga Art Center (OH), the John C. Campbell Folk Art School (NC), the University of Northern Colorado, and Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Marcia has been blind since birth. Her pottery, as well as her sculpture, has been exhibited throughout the United States and Canada.

Also featuring the works of
Appalachian Artists and Craftspeople

Greeting and Note Cards


Traditional and Decorative Baskets

Woven Throws, Rugs, and Placemats

Wooden Utensils

Candles and Soaps

Wooden Carvings and Toys

West Virginia-made Jams and Honey