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“When I work with wet clay, I like to explore the nature of movement. The clay resists and reacts to my hands, recording every touch, rip, and cut. I like to make a new clean form, then attack it to give it age and depth,” said Tolbert of his work.
Tolbert graduated from Western Carolina University with a degree in Fine Arts/Ceramics in 2007, apprenticed with Don Reitz in Arizona for two years and has created hundreds of ceramic works. He currently lives and has a pottery shop in downtown Old Fort.
The Jackson County Green Energy Park is an award-winning, community-scale landfill gas project located in Dillsboro.