Carol Clarkson Pottery -
 

BIOGRAPHY
 
Carol Clarkson is a clay artist originally from South Carolina and now living in Montana. She was a teacher and director of the hearing impaired and learning disabled for over twenty years.
 
After transitioning to a career in ceramic art, it became clear that creations in clay are no different than speaking with hands using sign language. Her hands create a visual representation of her surroundings. Carol’s work has been displayed in shows and galleries in the Southeast and is currently available at Artists On Main, Ennis,Montana. 
 



 Recent Work:

Madison Valley Arts Festival, August 2017
Embrace Our Animals: International Animal Art Showcase, April 2017
Jury Committee Chairman, Madison Valley Arts Festival,  2016, 2017
Honorable Mention...Top Pottery Blogs 2015
Art.Here.Today!, Greenville, SC 2015
Twin Cups: National Ceramics Exhibition 2015
Honorable Mention...Top Pottery Blogs of 2014
Any Way You Want To Shake It, The Art Center of Clemson, 2014
20 x 20 Invitational Clay Exhibit and Sale,  2013, 2014
Art in the Garden, The Art Center of Clemson, 2014
Artwork published in Quotes Illustrated, 2014
Wings Exhibit, The Art Center of Clemson, 2013
Solo Exhibition, South Carolina Botanical Gardens, 2012





Carol Clarkson
PO Box 154
McAllister, MT 59740