Sheryl Holstein, Mountain Oak Pottery
“Becoming a potter is a passion, a goal and an extension of who I am.  I love making beautiful things that can be shared with others.  I hope others enjoy viewing, touching and using my pottery as much as I have enjoyed creating them.”

Sheryl has been making pottery since 2002 and is continuously learning new and different techniques for throwing and glazing.  Her studio overlooks the gorgeous Blue Ridge Mountains that give her inspiration every day.

Visit Sheryl’s website for places to buy her work.

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Sheryl’s Website

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